How To Connect An OBD ii Scanner To Your Car
Connecting an OBD ii scanner to your car should be relatively simple. All cars in the U.S from 1996 onwards are by law required to have an OBD ii connector installed.
The female 16 pin connector is usually located on the driver’s side under the dash. Some other locations where the connector might be found include: under the steering wheel, the driver’s foot well, the area between the driver and passenger seat, behind the ash tray, under the passenger seat, and over the passenger door.
To connect the OBD ii Scanner to your car you plug the end of the included cable with the 16-pin connector to the female 16-pin port, and then connect the other end of the cable to the OBD ii reader. It’s that simple.
Also, ALWAYS make sure your car is turned off when connecting your OBD ii scanner to your car for safety reasons.
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