The OBD2 plug for most GM vehicles is to the left or right of the steering column, at the bottom of the dashboard.
An OBD2 car diagnostic reader is used to diagnose any problems that a car might have and it saves time and money. For example, if there is an engine check light on, the OBD2 car diagnostic reader can tell what is the problem so it can be fixed as soon as possible.
LOCATION OF OBD2 PORT?
It depends on reader. If you reader can supports OBD I and has appropriate adapter then you are good to go.
P1300 is a Boost Calibration Fault. For more info, you'll have to talk to yourmechanic.(from this source) http://www.troublecodes.net/OBD2/Pcodes.shtml
Hi, The obd2 socket is in the lower left foot well kick panel, Regards Dave Reader
The obd2 plug is under the knee board (under the column).
Instead of an OBD2 Try the older type OBD reader. Your reader is probably for newer vehicles.
It cannot be done, you must have a code reader because the system is OBD2, you used to be able to do it without a code reader, but that was OBD1, OBD2 is much more complicated electronics. If you want to get it scanned, you should go to Autozone, they will code scan for free but will not clear codes. You have to pay someone with a code reader to clear the codes, disconnecting the battery doesn't work either
Yes it will or a OBD2 reader
The OBD2 connector is located underneath the ash tray.
With an OBD2 code reader. But, unless you repair the problem that set the light it will just come back on.
Depends on what type code reader you have. OBD2 is pretty universal, but not compatible with Diesels until after 2004. Petrols came compliant earlier, in about 2001. The code reader that does work with all the Citroen C3 HDi cars is Actia with Diagbox or Lexia 3.
You need OBD2 reader or scanner to get the codes
Easiest way to "Reset" the Check Engine Light. Use an OBD2 reader. You can purchase one yourself($100.00 or so) or you can just go to a car parts store ex: Auto Zone, O' Rileys Auto Parts, Napa, etc. They will assist you or let you use the OBD2 reader yourself. Hook up the OBD2 reader to the designated hookup, make sure your car is not running. Turn the key to ignition, but DO NOT start. Power the OBD2 reader ON and the OBD2 reader should automatically diagnos your problem, tell you why the Check Engine Light is on and also you have the option of "Resetting" or to "Erase" the check engine light code. CODE, meaning, your car sends a certain code for certain problems and the OBD2 reader, reads that code and tells you what part(s) need to be replaced or fixed. Hope this was helpful-Danny(15yr Mechanic)
where is the obd port located on a 2002 thunderbird
No difference in the engines, just in the ECU (Engine Control Unit) programming. OBD2 doesn't let you have the diagnostic codes without a code reader.
Plug in an OBD2 code reader. You can borrow, rent or purchase an OBD2 code scanner at most auto parts retailers.
With an OBD2 code reader
Purchase or borrow an OBD2 Code Reader. This is a device that connects under the dash and communicates to your vehicles computer. the code generated by the OBD2 unit can be cross referenced to a data base and the problem identified. ex: P300 misfire of engine detected. You then go in to your dealer or mechanic armed with the info of what is wrong with your car.
There is no OBD2 connector on a 1994 Honda Accord. Your car is not OBD2 compliant. You car is OBD1. Click the link for detailed instructions with photos on how to retrieve the code.
You need a OBD2 scanner/code reader to get stored codes and to erase them
If you fixed the problem you need a code reader/Scanner and erase them off the PCM with the OBD2 reader/scanner
No obd2 requires a code reader or scanner.
On most Saturn's, the OBD2 port is on the bottom of the dashboard, next to the steering column.