1995 Oldsmobile aurora obd jack?
For a 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora the OBD interface is located under the dash board on the drivers side almost directly below the steering column.
Not sure if a '95 will be OBD I or OBD II, if OBD I it will be a black plastic plug emerging from the wiring harness on the firewall about six inches to the passenger side of the ignition coil, OBD II will be similar but probably a different color. It is OBD I, connector is under the hood on the pass side firewall.
Where would I purchase a OBD code reader for 1995 Nissan Quest The under dash connector in 1995 were not standard as in 1996 model cars. Do I need an OBD I or OBD II reader?
There is no OBD II port on your '93 Villager. 1995 and earlier model were equipped with the EEC or OBD I. All other models starting 1996 had OBD II. Sorry !! Now, you can access the codes on the OBD I system but, you will need to have a repair manual for detailed instructions. Get one at your local parts store.
Look for the OBD II connector under the driver's side dash. It was required 1996 and up but some models had the connector before it was necessary. Answer 96 and up According to the Chilton's manual, the 1995 Protege and Millenia are OBD-II, also 1994-1995 Mazda 626 with ATX transmissions are OBD-II, and then all models 96 and up... I have a 95 buick with OBD II, however it requires a different plug to work…
Will a 1995 4l60e transmission in a s10 blazer interchange with a 1996 4l60e transmission in a blazer?
You will have to change the computer and wiring harness I believe. The 95 is most likely an OBD I, and the 2000 is an OBD II. If it is one of those OBD I and a half, or whatever they called them, you will still have to swap the computer and wiring harness. I don't know if GM used the I and a half on the Achieva, but they did on the S10 Blazers…