On the left side of the driver just above the foot brake pedal about 2 inches inside the dash cover. It may have a black cover on it saying ODB2
The Ford F450 OBD connector can be found on the top of the engine. The ODB connector will be near the air intake housing.
It is in the fuse box under drivers steering wheel
port should be under dash
The ODBII connector is located on the passenger side of the center console, just beyond the console cover. You do not need to remove anything to plug in your diagnostic tool. For a visual idea area of where it is, see image; http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/odb2.php?page=odb2&id=19758 A real picture of the connector (1 picture is worth a 1000 words) http://fixexpert.com/obd2/data/honda/crv/1999.jpg If you wish to look up others OBDII port locations for other vehicles try the main link at: http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/OBD-2+Location Good Luck.
Trouble code P0301 means:Cylinder 1 misfire detected
Under the dash board on the driver side. Close to the hood release. Looking up from the brake pedal, you will see a white OBD2 port. http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/odb2.php?page=odb2&id=20532 For a real picture see link http://www.fixexpert.com/obd2/data/toyota/camry/1999.jpg All that is available online at the Car wiki repair site; http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/OBD-2+Location
All OBD2 cables are not the same but all have the same type of connector on the end. This makes them universally compatible with all ODB2 vehicles.
On dodge Neon you turn the ignition key 3 times (without going as far as turning the engine on). Maybe samne on many if not all cars? Then the codes will blink and you'll need the ODB2 code listing. Other option is to connect an ODB2 reader on the car's connector and read the codes directly.
The ODB2 scanner port is located on the passenger side of dashboard console. Left of the glove box. It's a 'D' shaped female port.
I would visit the automotive car repair wiki, which has a database of OBD2 locations for all vehicles. http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/odb2.php?page=odb2&id=20618 In your case its on the driver ride side, See photo below. http://www.fixexpert.com/obd2/data/volvo/s40/2003.jpg If you wish to look up others OBDII port locations for other vehicles try the main link at: http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/OBD-2+Location Good Luck.
If it is a 1996 or later.
The 1995 Dodge Intrepid does not have and ODB2 port, the Intrepids didn't introduce ODB2 until 1996.
On the connector itself i don't remember which is ground, but i know that they number from top left to right then continues bottem left to right. I think that you can use a body ground for a ground. If you are doing the flash test.
THE LIGHTER AND ODB2 USE THE SAME FUSE. CHECK TO SEE THAT THE FUSE IS NOT BLOWN.
Under the dash on the left side.
Could be many reasons. If there is an check engine light, have the code pulled with a ODB2 scanner from any local garage. Reference that code with what it means and you have a better idea where to look to solve the problem.
Pre-2000 ODB2 port for VW New Beetle is in the centre console accessed by removing the ashtray, Post-2000 location is in the footwell, underneath the steering wheel, near brake pedal, colour coded purple if memory serves correctly.
In your case for a 97 its hidden in the middle console in back of the astray. http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/odb2.php?page=odb2&id=19737 (a picture is worth a 1000 words) http://www.fixexpert.com/obd2/data/honda/accord/1997.jpg If you wish to look up others OBDII port locations for other vehicles try the main link at: http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/OBD-2+Location Good Luck.
obd2 plug location 1998 preludeit's locatede on the passanger side on the right hand side of the console under a removable carpet peice below the stereo Here's a chart and picture location of the obd2 connector;http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/odb2.php?page=odb2&id=19746http://www.fixexpert.com/obd2/data/Honda/prelude1997.jpgIf you wish to look up others OBDII port locations for other vehicles try the main link at:http://www.fixexpert.com/wiki/OBD-2+LocationGood Luck.
Nope, all ODB2 plugs are the same.
Trouble code P1491 means: Radiator fan relay control circuit
Trouble code P0118 means:Engine coolant temperature circuit high input
po 401 is egr flow insufficient detected replace the dpfe. fords are notorious for throwing the 0401 on a bad dpfe (egr sensor) also check for blockage in all your vacum hoses and egr passages. good luck, mb
1994 Accord is OBD1 not OBD2. Under dash, driver's side.