1993 is OBD I and the connector is in the engine compartment above the transmission on the driver's side. I suggest using a code reader rather than trying to short wires.
Not sure if it will be the same but I have a 1998 Villager and the jack is in the trunk behind a removable panel on the right hand side.
On a 1995, there is no accessable OBD plug. There is a connector in the engine compartment that will give you the codes....... sort of !! The connector must be unplug and the proper pins jumped momentarily. Then the check engine light will start flashing to give you a number code sequence. However, without a repair manual (which has pictures), there is no way to tell you the exact location of the connector. It is near the starter motor along with two other connectors.
You must have a code reader to interface with the OBDII data port under the dash.
The Data Link Connector (DLC) is located under the dash right under the steering column. Use of a scanner is highly recommended as some engine faults will not activate the check engine light but will be stored as a code in the PCM. On some models, the DLC may be located in the engine compartment beside the starter. (wiring diagram required for ID) Save yourself a lot of guess work and buy a Haynes Repair Manual.
The Jack is stored under the Hideaway Spare in the trunk. There should be a sticker showing how it's stored.
IF it still powers up - AND the connector is undamaged... Connect it to a computer via a USB cable and tell the computer to treat it as an 'external storage device' That way, you can view (and upload) all the files from the phone to your computer.
You must have WiFi or 3G/4G enabled on your smartphone or tablet to connect to the Origin/EA server as your game data is stored there.
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