where is the obd connection point on a 1992 thunderbird OBD1 is usually under hood by battery
A 1994 Ford Ranger is OBD I / EEC IV and has an EEC TEST connection in the engine compartment by the power distribution box In 1996 , the Ford Ranger changed from OBD I / EEC IV to OBD II / EEC V and has a Data Link Connector in the dash , below the steering wheel , covered by a small removable plastic panel
The EEC TEST connection should be in the engine compartment by the Power Distribution Box in a 1995 Ford Ranger ( EEC - IV , OBD I )
The 1994 5.0L ford Mustang and 3.8L Ford Mustang used the OBD-II connector under the drivers dash. These were the first OBD-II Ford cars. They are NOT OBD-I.
No , OBD II came out in 1996 There should be an EEC TEST connection in your engine compartment , near the battery for your OBD I / EEC IV system
The 2004 Ford Ranger OBD 2 port is under dash below or left of steering column
There should be an EEC TEST connection in the engine compartment somewhere near the battery or Power Distribution Box ( OBD I / EEC IV )
The OBD-II connector on the 2006 Ford Explorer is located above and in front of the parking brake release, behind the dash trim.
A 1990 Ford Ranger is OBD I / EEC IV - if that's what you are asking
The Ford F450 OBD connector can be found on the top of the engine. The ODB connector will be near the air intake housing.
Check fuse # 17 , that's a 20 amp fuse for the Data Link Connector ( DLC ) and the cigarette lighter
The 2001 Ford Escape OBd 2 port is on lower edge of dash, right of hood release
1993 is OBD-1. 1998 and newer are OBD-2. actually , 1996 and newer are OBD II
The 1999 Ford Contour OBD 2 port is under driver side dash next to kick panel
no such thing for one its obd and for two OBD-II wasnt put in any subaru until 1996
where is the obd port located on a 2002 thunderbird
It is OBD I, not OBD II, the connector is under the hood.
The 2004 Ford Escape OBD 2 port is on lower edge of dash, right of hood release
The OBD connector is under the dash on the driver side.
i have seen a ford escort about the same year and it was near the passenger door ( in the footwell)
I'm not a mechanic / technician , but a 1994 Ford Aerostar is OBD I , EEC IV so there should be an EEC TEST connection in the engine compartment
That is where the OBD code reader ( for trouble codes ) plugs in
Its on the passanger side