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Where is the obd-1 or obd-2 connector on your 1994 mercury villager what pins do you connect to find stored codes?

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2005-10-16 22:17:42
2005-10-16 22:17:42

For the '94, it is an OBD-1 system. The connector is located on top of the transmission, under the air intake hose, on the right side of the engine. There are three connectors, the one closest to the firewall, with three wires, is the OBD connector.

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