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Old 11-04-2012, 05:55 PM   #1
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Finally found my ODBII connector.

Have been looking and looking for the connector. Today my son looked and could not find it either. Finally we decided to start taking things apart to find it. Removed the shroud under the steering column and then could see it. Tucked way up and attached to the right side of the steering column.

Once found you don't have to remove the panel to plug into it - but you sure need to know where to feel for it. I have found and used ODBII connector on several other vehicles - never had one as hidden as this one...
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Glad you found it. That's where we tell people it's at. We also tell them as you found out , it's real hard to find .

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You might consider buying a ScanGuageII. You can look them on the internet. They are about $150 and will not only read your trouble lights, but also has about 20 gauges to check temperatures, pressures, and engine values not found on your unit. You can use it for any vehicles you have.
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You might consider buying a ScanGuageII. You can look them on the internet. They are about $150 and will not only read your trouble lights, but also has about 20 gauges to check temperatures, pressures, and engine values not found on your unit. You can use it for any vehicles you have.
Yup, I bought one - that's what started the search for the elusive ODBII connector.
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I love mine and it has already paid for itself. I had a trouble light on the coach on Sunday morning while driving on a causeway (Tybee Island). I pulled over, got the code and I have a website with all of the codes programed into my Smart phone. I brought it up and it was just a stray code, I cleared it and no problems since. I use it on my toad which is my daily driver and move it back and forth. It remembers which one is which. I have matching Velcro on both and moving takes only a minute or so.
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