Right side of the drivers footwell, between the steering wheel and dash.
LOCATION OF OBD2 PORT?
where is the obd port located on a 2002 thunderbird
under the dash on the right of the drivers side
underneath the dash, above the accelerator
It should be found under the drivers side of the dash.
Acura Legends do not have obd2 plugs. They are all OBD1.
just to the right of the steering column under the dash .
OBD2 connections are usually located underneath the steering column. This could vary from car to car, but it's a good starting location.
The connecter is located under the dash on the driver side.
A 1991 Dakota is not OBD2 compliant. It is OBD1, and the diagnostic connector is under the hood on the wiring harness on the passenger side firewall.A 1991 Dakota is not OBD2 compliant. It is OBD1, and the diagnostic connector is under the hood on the wiring harness on the passenger side firewall.
It's optional on the 323 so most don't have one
On the bottom side of the dashboard, in close proximity to the steering column,
Look underneath the steering wheel column, and towards the hood release latch there is the OBD2 Connector.
The diagnostic connector is under the drivers side dash. You will need to open the door, get down on your knees, and look toward the left side. ------------------------------
under dash at about your knees, when sitting in car on drivers side. down below steering wheel.
By law in the US the OBD II DLC (Data Link Connector) has to be within 18" of the steering column.
The connector is under the dash although a little harder to see. Hyundai will not release the code meanings for their cars, so your connecting the scanner will not give you much good information.
My '96 Honda Accord has an OBD2 connector behind the center dash ash tray, as well as the Blue connector under the right (passenger side) glove box.
the connector is under dash on drivers side.
It is under the dash on the driver side.
The connector should be behind the ashtray.
Under the dash on the driver side.
Some scanners can do OBDI and OBD II, but it is a different connector in a different location.