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Old 09-18-2013, 06:05 PM   #1
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OBD 2 connector Workhorse

My father has a 2004 winnebago sightseer. It's on a workhorse chassis.


He would like to hookup a scan gauge 2 but can't find the connector, we have looked everywhere around the steering column. Any idea, anyone else find the connector?
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Old 09-18-2013, 06:51 PM   #2
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My father has a 2004 winnebago sightseer. It's on a workhorse chassis.


He would like to hookup a scan gauge 2 but can't find the connector, we have looked everywhere around the steering column. Any idea, anyone else find the connector?
It's amazing how many times this question has been posted lately!

To answer, the OBD II port is immediately left of the steering column and right of the PB release cable. It is forward of the "round plug" that may have a screw-on looking cap. The OBD II is trapezoid shaped and not very large. Someone posted theirs was "hiding" behind a shield, but I've never seen a shield under there. There are pictures in threads over in the Workhorse forum.

Look directly in front of the driver's left knee.
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Old 09-19-2013, 07:48 AM   #3
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On my 2005 Damon Intruder they wrapped a cover around the steering column, it is just a velcroed on cover.

The connector was inside the wrap.
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Thank you everyone, after mush searching, I sat down in my father's Winnebago and right in front of my left leg, wraped around the steering column behind the dash trim below the instrument panel, there it was, plugged in the scan gauge and all is right! Thanks again!
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Now all you need is the hand-eye coordination to program those pesky "X-gauges".
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