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Old 05-06-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
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Question Late '04 Ford Chassis OBD II Connector

I have a 2004 Ford chassis in a Georgie Boy 32 foot Pursuit. I just purchased a Scantool. Does anyone know where the OBD II connector is for sure? I've read that its on the right side of steering column, but its not obvious if that is the case - Picture anyone (who's found it) or better directions would be appreciated. TIA
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You will just have to hunt, Ernie. It's in there somewhere. When the coach builder puts the body on and mounts a dashboard, wires get moved all around. It's pretty much the whim of the individual assembler that dictates where it ends up. It should be close to the steering column cause that's where it started out from the chassis factory, but...
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Thanks for the response Gary. Problem solved (its right where everyone said it was - bolted to right side of steering post). I had to remove the bezel so I could see it and, more importantly, plug into it.
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