Where is the obd 1 port on a 1994 Camry?
by brake release obd1 your find obd2 driver side you have out change door to obd plug know this brother 94
Yes the 1994 Mazda Protege is a OBD 1 port
Yes you use a OBD 1 reader
The obd 1 port is next to the battery
There is not an obd 2 port because all cars under 96 are obd 1 but it is under the dash on the right side
The OBD 1 port is under the dash on the driver side. It is a blue connector that has six wires in it.
The 2002 Ford Mustang has a Obd 2 port
No it is OBD 1 No it is OBD 1
1993 is OBD 1
It is OBD 1 not OBD 2. The connecter is under the hood, inner fender.
No it is OBD 1 and the connector is under the hood.
The 1994 5.0L ford Mustang and 3.8L Ford Mustang used the OBD-II connector under the drivers dash. These were the first OBD-II Ford cars. They are NOT OBD-I.
OBD 1 OBD 1
No, 1994 is OBD 1
obd is the vehicle diagnostic port located under the driver side dash of your car.if you already know this,,,your car is classed as an obd-1
Under the hood or under the dash on driver's side.
should be obd-1 square ended connector Edited by www.TunerTools.com Any car sold in the US since 1996 will be OBD-II In the 94-95 model years a very, VERY small handful might have been OBD-II, but anything prior to 1996 should be assumed to be "OBD-I" which is really not a valid term as it was called by different names under different manufacturers and only became known as OBD-I after OBD-II was standardized.
It is OBD 1 not OBD 2. The connector is under the hood along the inner fender driver side. It is OBD 1 not OBD 2. The connector is under the hood along the inner fender driver side.
Left side bottom of dash, Is OBD-1.
Yes, it is under the hood near the battery.
a 1995 grand Cherokee is obd 1 compliant, The diagnostic connecter is under the hood. It is a black square connector.
is that even a question
sometihing is wrong in your engine and your computer is picking it up. It is a 95 model so you will have to go to a shop that has an OBD 1 computer and it will tell you what is wrong with your engine. Any vehicle under the year of 1996 takes the OBD 1 computer and 96 and up takes the OBD 2 computer.
OBD1...Fleetwood didn't use OBD2 until 1996, the last year (for true fleetwoods anyway)
Isn't one - that started in 1996 It is a six way OBD 1 connector under the dash on the driver side. The sixteen way OBD 2 connector did start in 1996
Where is the obd-1 or obd-2 connector on your 1994 mercury villager what pins do you connect to find stored codes?
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.
Five. & I have 1 of them.
It has obd 1 It has obd 1
All OBDII ports are located within 1 foot of the steering column, look just under the dash.
No, it is obd 1.
No, 1993 and 1994 4l60E Transmissions are OBD-1. 1995 had an extra solenoid and 1996 and up were OBD-2. The wiring inside and the solenoids are different. 1993-1994 are interchangeable. 1995 is only good in other 95's. 96 and up are interchangeable until the late 90's or early 2000's
ODB-II was first used in 1994.It was not standard until 1996.1993 was equiped with ODB-I Answer the OBD 1 port is usually under the hood either along the firewall or along on of the inner fenders.(if it's not under the dash) Answer There is no OBD-II port on a 1993 Accord. They were standard equipment in 1996+, although a few 1995 models had them. Answer there is a plug next to the kick panel under… Read More
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In the console between the seats, under the black panel with the cigarette lighter in it. You will have to remove the two torx screws that hold the panel in place.
The data link connector did change from OBD-1 to OBD-2 sometime during the middle to late 1990's. Both styles of connectors are black and located under the drivers side dash. The OBD-1 connector is more of a rectangle shape and should have 12 terminal slots in it, each terminal slot in directly on top of each other. The OBD-2 connector is different in shape, kinda like a rectangle with 4 rounded corners. The bottom of… Read More
OBD-1. 1995 was a changeover year. All 1995 cars/trucks (GM to my knowledge, I don't know about the other brands) were OBD-1 and some have an OBD-2 connector, but still are OBD-1.
There should be an EEC TEST connection in your engine compartment , somewhere near the battery / Power Distribution Box
All cars sold in the US were required by law to have: OBD 1 during the years from 1980-1996. OBD 2 was required from 1996-present. Some manufacturers phazed in OBD 2 early, starting around 1994, but a 1991 Aerostar is definitely OBD 1. However, the term "protocol" does not refer to the diagnostic requirements, like the term "OBD"(On-Board Diagnostics) does. In other words, OBD is not a protocol. OBD is an emmissions requirement mandated by… Read More
OBD is the acronym for "On Board Diagnostic". OBD-II (OBD-2) started in 1996. Vehicles built in 1995 and before are OBD-I (OBD-1). I hope this helps, good luck.
92 Lexus is OBD 1. There is a plug for Lexus OBD 1, and will not work with an OBD2 scanner.
No, it is OBD 1.
1993 is OBD-1. 1998 and newer are OBD-2. actually , 1996 and newer are OBD II
OBD-1 started in the later 1970's and began appearing on most US vehicles up until 1996. After 1996 OBD-2 was implemented.
1993 is obd 1 and the connecter is under the hood.
No, the 1995 Dakota is obd 1. OBD-2 didn't start until '96 for most vehicles.
1995 and before is OBD 1. 1996 and later is OBD 2. The connecters are different, but both are under the dash on the driver side.
1988 is OBD 1 not 2. The connector is under the hood, next to the battery. 1988 is OBD 1 not 2. The connector is under the hood, next to the battery.
No 1988 is OBD 1, the connecter is under the hood.
no all 96 and newer cars have obd II computers
1. 1989 Toyota Camry 2. 1990 Toyota Camry 3. 1991 Toyota Camry 4. 1988 Toyota Camry 5. 1997 Ford F-150 4X2 Pick Up 6. 1994 Honda Accord EX 7. 1995 Honda Accord EX 8. 1996 Honda Accord LX 9. 1990 Honda Accord EX 10. 1994 Honda Accord LX 11. 1994 Chevrolet C1500 Pick Up 12. 1992 Honda Accord LX 13. 1991 Acura Legend 14. 1995 Ford Mustang 15. 1987 Toyota Camry 16. 1990 Honda Accord… Read More
Will a 1995 4l60e transmission in a s10 blazer interchange with a 1996 4l60e transmission in a blazer?
No 1995 was a transition year from the 1993-1994 OBD-1 to the 1996 and up OBD2. A 4L60E out of a 1995 has to be in another 1995.