Where would I purchase a OBD code reader for 1995 Nissan Quest The under dash connector in 1995 were not standard as in 1996 model cars. Do I need an OBD I or OBD II reader?
OBD 1 ANSWER Some vehicle makes started switching to OBDII before 1996. In the driverside door panel it will tell you if it is OBDII compliant. Most likely not. Try doing a search on Ebay I am sure there are OBD scanners on there for you make and model
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It's just to the right of the fuse door where the dash ends. There's a white ODBII connector
You need a programmer or a code reader. You can purchase a product like Bullydog or Hypertech which will allow you to change certain factory settings and clear the codes or you may purchase a code reader. Once you have the codes go online and type them into the search engine and you can find what they indicate.
All ODB-II compliant vehicles have a standard location for the scan tool connector. Kneel down and look under the dash on the drivers side, horizontal with the bottom of the dash. Either the connector will be plainly visible (it has 16 pins) or there will be a label there stating where the connector is located.
The code reader test connector, on your Ford E2 50, is located beneath the dashboard on the drivers side. The connector is on the left side of the steering column.
You can't. After 1995, the old ALDL diagnostic connector went to the new federal mandated OBD2 diagnostic port. You need to purchase a code reader, or have a local auto parts store such as AutoZone, Parta America, etc use their reader for free. (actron CP4500 Auto Xray)
That is where the OBD code reader ( for trouble codes ) plugs in
Its on the passanger side
It is right below the driver wheel, above the pedals
The ODB code reader connector is located on the driver side somewhere under the steering column. Some times they are cover with a black plastic or rubber cover to protect them. For more information. Check related link below.
There should be a connector behind the Powertrain Control Module. The PCM is located on the right hand side above the fender well, when looking at the engine bay. It is a square connector that a DRB II code reader plugs into.
the code reader connector should be on the passenger side of car just under the edge of the dashboard on the left hand side next to the center console.
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under the dash on the driver side pillar a behind the hood pull
It is immediately under dash near steering column.
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It's a box under your hood labeled diagnostic.
its under the left hand side of the dash this is the bridgable type non obd connector (2 pin) so no code reader needed do not bridge the 3 terminal connector,, to clear code remove fuse f39 (7.5amp) from underbonnet for aprox 10 sec
The data link connector is in your dash , below the steering wheel . You should see a little rectangular plastic panel that you can remove easily . The connector is behind the plastic panel
With an OBD II reader. Instructions come with the reader. Codes are standard.
It is obd 1, not 2. The connector is different and is under the hood.
Follow this link. It explains how to pull the codes without a code reader. http://nissanhelp.com/diy/common/nissan_engine_codes_read_2.php
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I believe the care must be started while trying to communicate with obd reader.
Get a obd2 scanner code reader,plug it into the ALDL connector under the dash and navigate through until you find what you need.
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A usb barcode reader can be purchased from the companies that make them such as Symbol. They can also be purchased from PCWorld who have a business department.
No, they do not. You have to purchase an external memory card reader.
under the hood the cap will say diagnosis. and its a specialized plug. youll need a Toyota obd1 connector
No it's not free, you need to purchase it from Renaissance Learning
A parts store or mechanic can connect it to an obdII code reader and retrieve all the information through the connector on the left bottom of your dashboard.
Does your 93 thunderbird supercoupe have a spot to plug a code reader in for a engine check light on?
Yes, but us is OBD 1 and it is a different connector that is located under the hood.
Don't do it, get a code reader or take it to someone that has one. You risk damaging the computer if you short the wrong connections.
CAN=Controller Area Network. The CAN suffex is a set of extended protocols. Simply put the OBDIICAN is more advanced then the standard OBDII reader.
The DLC (data link connector) is located under the dash just below the steering column if you have a 1996 or newer Villager. Pre-1996 vehicles have diagnostic connector mounted on the transaxle beside the starter which must be jumpered to obtain the fault codes.
It could be the code reader or it could be a connector somewhere between the computer and the plug. Try a different code reader for now, see what happens. 1995 was in between OBDI and OBD II. A hybrid. Most shops cannot connect either. Dealers have the equipment.
Where is the obd-1 or obd-2 connector on your 1993 mercury villager what pins do you connect to find stored codes?
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.
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standing in front of the car on the left hand side by the engine it should be grey, remove the cap and plug in the obd1 reader. hope this helps.
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You have to plug a code reader into your car's computer. You can purchase them at most any parts house, but most of the big box parts places will use their reader and read the code for you.
A Sony reader can be purchased at many retailers including electronic stores, and retailers such as Target and Walmart. These stores also sell online where a person can order without shopping in the store.
An OBD II Code Reader, which reads vehicle engine codes, can be purchased in most larger automotive repair shops. Parts Source and Canadian Tire both carry them.
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you get a code reader and hook it up to the fuse boc and it will say erase codes and u mass the green button.
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