The OBDII connector is under the dash on the left (driver) side.
Not an OBDII, it is ODBI. the connector is the black "L" shaped connector near the battery.Not an OBDII, it is ODBI. the connector is the black "L" shaped connector near the battery.
There is no OBDII connector on 1993 F150. Didn't start until 1996 (97 model).
The OBD II port connector is located to the left of the steering wheel, just beneath the dash panel.
The obdII connector should be on the drivers side of the dash, close to the kick panel. It may be slightly up behind the dash and hard to see.
Look up underneath the dash near the steering wheel - you should see a white-coloured socket with multiple holes in it. This is the OBDII connector.
Under the driver knee bolster.
Right beside hood pull cable
Under the dash on the far driver side.
Under drivers side of dash.
All OBDII connectors are within a foot or so of the steering column under the dash.
You mean the OBDII connector, I assume. Under the dash to the right of the steering column.
OBDII started in 1996... OBDI was not as standardised PLL.
2004 didn't have obd II
No, it is OBD1, the connector is under the hood, pass side.
No, obdII started in 1996.
Directly under the steering wheel on the bottom of the dashboard.With the driver's door open kneel down between the door and the drivers seat. This position will allow you to easily see the OBDII connector. There is usually a plastic cap over the actual connector pins.
Flat Tracker was created in 1996.
hi open the bonnett look on the left side of the engine bay theres a fuse box in it is a round plug thats it thks.
BMW has the standard OBDII connector under the drivers side dash so generic OBDII cables will work but only with generic OBDII software. Each specific software needs a compatible cable designed expressly for it.Older style 20pin cables are a similar matter.
The OBDII connector is under the dash on the driver side.
obdii is part of radio,cluster fuse it is the 50's in its own holder
OBDII is mandatory for all vehicles sold in the U.S. from 1996 and newer; however, some pre-96 cars may have OBDII as well
The 1991 Ford Mustang does not have an OBDII port, because OBDII was not standardized in the United States until 1996.
It is located in line with the steering shaft just past the plastic dash material. The interface plug points nearly straight down. The OBDII interface was not in some cars built during 1996.