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Old 06-14-2013, 02:54 PM   #1
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36LA OBDII port

Just spent 45 minutes under the dash looking for the OBDII port on my Allegro 36LA, no joy. It is supposed to be near the steering column. Is it connected to something currently?
This old body doesn't twist and bend around like it used to.
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Old 06-14-2013, 03:33 PM   #2
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Just spent 45 minutes under the dash looking for the OBDII port on my Allegro 36LA, no joy. It is supposed to be near the steering column. Is it connected to something currently?
This old body doesn't twist and bend around like it used to.
Mine is on the steering column. Just under the dash on the steering column, also had a rubber sleeve no it.
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On the column on a Ford F53, but have to basically remove the lower cover to find it.
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Thanks, found it. It was mounted to the side of the steering column. I kept looking for a lose connector. Here is the brilliant part, it's labeled OBD. Brilliant!
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