You need an OBD1 diagnostic tool that hooks up under the dash to a large computer plug. However, your lebaron displays fault codes as a series of flashing lights. This link tells you how to read em and what they are.. http://www.knizefamily.net/minimopar/fault/index.html?b1b90a68
right underneath the steering wheel
You have to hook up an OBD scanner to it. Most auto parts chains have one available, and can run a code diagnostic for free.
under the left fron side of the dashbord, This is wher to hook up a scanner and rea/errord trouble codes.
You can't hook up a OBD II scanner to that vehicle, it is too old.
The OBD2 diagnostic port is under the dash on the driver side.
The 16 pin Diagnostic Link Connector (aka Data Link Connector) for the On-Board Diagnostic (OBD II) Scan Tool is on the driver's side, underneath the dashboard, right below the handle to open the hood.....
It does not have a towing hook.
It does not have one.
There are some scanners that you can hook up to LCD tv's but it all depends on what kind of model and make both the scanner and tv are too see if they are compatible.
It does not have one.
The DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) connector would be located under the drivers side of the dash. Plug the scanner into the DTC connector and then follow directions that came with your scan tool.
RIGHT UNDER THE STEERING COLUMN, YOU HAVE TO REALLY BEND UNDER THE STEERING WHEEL. YOU WILL SEE A CABLE THAT CONTAINS AN OUTLET SWITXH TO WHICH U CAN HOOK THE SCANNER TO.
You can check the Mercedes-Benz air conditioning control module with a diagnostic tester. Hook the diagnostic tester to the diagnostic test port.
the OBDII terminal is located on the driver side in the fuseblock panel. There is another diagnostic terminal located on under the the same dash panel just a little further under the dash it is a round terminal looks like something for Toyota to hook their scanner into. Then their is one under the hood about midway back and in the center on top of the engine that is for engine diagnostic . your welcome Jeremy Hadley Arab AL.
no as long as you have a scanner to hook up the antenna to analog scanner there about 100 dollars digital ones are 400 the scanners have the speaker on them
Hook it to a diagnoistic machine.
Your OBD II code reader won't work on that vehicle.
passenger side next to center console
Under passenger side. Far right
Need to know what year Charger you have.
It's a place to hook up a diagnostic scanner when you need to find out why a car is giving you a "check engine" light. They're usually found underneath the steering wheel in newer cars or in the engine bay on some older cars.
A Chrysler radio will not hook up to the wiring in a Villager, nor will it fit the mounting bracket.
There is a valve on the fuel rail that looks like a tire valve. You hook a gauge up to it and read it in ponds per square inch. To check the regulator on the fuel rail, unhook the vacum hose from it and plug it off. the fuel pressure should rise.
You need a engine scanner and hook it up and it will tell you what sensor is bad.
Most auto parts /repair shops will do this free