1992 vehicles are not OBD2 compliant. You'll need a Ford OBD module to read the codes and MOST LIKLEY the connections are under the hood and many Ford products have the OBD module on the inner fender wall, but you'll need to check the book or if you borrow a code scanner from an auto parts retailer, they will be able to tell you the specifics for your vehicle.
The 95 Conti has no OBD1 plug. The vehicle is equipped with the OBD2 system with the port under the steering wheel.
The OBD2 connector is located underneath the ash tray.
This predates OBD2, standardized as under the steering wheel. My '96 town car's OBD was under the hood. I don't know if 92 had one at all.
Look underneath the steering wheel column, and towards the hood release latch there is the OBD2 Connector.
If you are sitting in the driver's seat it will be near your right knee just under the dash mine is obd2 compliant so it has a different shape compaired to the first generation diagnostic connectors. Revellll@yahoo.com
the connector is under dash on drivers side.
under the dash on the right of the drivers side
It is under the dash on the driver side.
The connector should be behind the ashtray.
Under the dash on the driver side.
A 1991 Dakota is not OBD2 compliant. It is OBD1, and the diagnostic connector is under the hood on the wiring harness on the passenger side firewall.A 1991 Dakota is not OBD2 compliant. It is OBD1, and the diagnostic connector is under the hood on the wiring harness on the passenger side firewall.
Since I couldn't delete this question, I will answer it: DCL is a Diagnostic Connector Link found on all OBD2 and OBD1 vehicles. This question was asked specifically in reference to a 1994 Lincoln Continental, which has 2 of them. One is under the hood where you would expect to find it. The other is in the trunk, and only this model vehicle has. The link in the trunk may possibly be solely for accessing the air ride suspension system computer, or possibly for a few other system computers.
Under the dash, left side.
under the dash bor
under steering wheel column
Under the dash near the steering column.
by the steering column, on the left side
where is the obd port located on a 2002 thunderbird
With an OBD2 scan tool connected to the OBD connector.
where is the fault self diagnostic connector located on a mazda demio
Into the diagnostic connector under the dash on the driver side.
It is located left of the engine under the turbo.
on the passenger side below the glove box door is the obd2 connector.
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.