The OBD2 connector is located underneath the ash tray.
Jump pins marked "D" and "F" for code retrieval.
On the bottom side of the dashboard, in close proximity to the steering column,
under the dash bor
under steering wheel column
On the drivers side under the dash below the steering wheel.
just to the right of the steering column under the dash .
The OBD ll syetem was not approved until 1996, so doubt if any '93 car had a connector for it.
The OBD-II specification was made mandatory for all cars manufactured in the United States to be sold in the United States for the model year 1996. A Ford 1995 model year would have the 6 pin EEC IV DDL connector. Jump pins marked "D" and "F" for code retrieval.
Look underneath the steering wheel column, and towards the hood release latch there is the OBD2 Connector.
Should be under the dash on the driver side.
unmarked, removable panel and a small flip cover Under left drivers side. Jim
With an OBD2 scan tool.
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.
I believe the data link connector (DLC) is in your dash, below your steering wheel, covered by a small plastic panel - that either removes, flips up, or flips down.
the connector is under dash on drivers side.
On a 2003 Ford Windstar fuse ( # 17 ) is a 20 amp fuse for the Datalink Connector , Cigarette lighter / Powerpoint
LOCATION OF OBD2 PORT?
under the dash on the right of the drivers side
The data link connector ( DLC ) for the OBD II is behind a small removable plastic panel in your dash below your steering wheel
It is under the dash on the driver side.
The connector should be behind the ashtray.
Under the dash on the driver side.
you need to use something with a 9 pin deutche connector because the 20 pin obd2 port will not allow communications.