On-Board Diagnostics, or OBD, in an automotive context, is a generic term referring to a vehicle's self-diagnostic and reporting capability. OBD systems give the vehicle owner or a repair technician access to state of health information for various vehicle sub-systems. The amount of diagnostic information available via OBD has varied widely since the introduction in the early 1980's of on-board vehicle computers, which made OBD possible. Early instances of OBD would simply illuminate a malfunction indicator light, or MIL, if a problem were detected-but would not provide any information as to the nature of the problem. Modern OBD implementations use a standardized fast digital communications port to provide myriad realtime data in addition to a standardized series of diagnostic trouble codes, or DTCs, which allow one to rapidly identify and remedy malfunctions within the vehicle. See the link added "What is OBD" for more detail
92 Lexus is OBD 1. There is a plug for Lexus OBD 1, and will not work with an OBD2 scanner.
Yes a OBD 2 scanner/reader will work on your car
Your vehicle is too old for the OBD 2 reader to work on it. Not sure what system would work as manufacturers used their own dedicated systems before OBD became the industry standard. Steve
No. 1995 was OBD-I controls, SBEC. 1998 was OBD-II controls, JTEC.
That does not work.
Yes you can OBD 2 reader/scanner are the only thing that will work to get codes
It has obd 1It has obd 1
The 2001 Toyota Corolla uses a OBD 2 reader and it located on lower driver side of dash next to hood release
No, 1994 is OBD 1
No, it is obd 1.No, it is obd 1.
Yes it will or a OBD2 reader
hook OBD II scanner up and clear codes. Disconnecting battery doesn't always work on OBD II
Should be OBD I, OBD II is 1996 and newer
It is OBD 2
NEGATIVE: Your 96 Geo has all the sensors and switches for OBD II, regressing back to a 95 computer would not work. The OBD I computer would not be able to "talk" to the OBD II sensors and switches. Sidenote: It would not pass smog.
OBD is the acronym for "On Board Diagnostic". OBD-II (OBD-2) started in 1996. Vehicles built in 1995 and before are OBD-I (OBD-1). I hope this helps, good luck.
No, it will not.
No it is OBD 1No it is OBD 1
A code reader that will work on the OBD I system.
OBD = On Board Diagnostics.
It is OBD I, not OBD II, the connector is under the hood.