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your vehicle does not have a obd ll port only 1996 and newer have one ---- this is how you get your code Basically, you can use a wire or a large paper clip to connect the GND pin to the TEN pin on your diagnostic connection. The connection is located in the front driver side corner under the hood, between the fender and the battery.than turn vehicle on not start and trouble light will blink example 2 blinks -a pause --than 3 blinks [ 23 ] your code is 23 your able to get info for your code online
need to have the fault code pulled to see what sensor is setting the light on. autozone or advance autoparts will pull the codes for you. be sure to get the code number and brief description of code to help in diagnosing the problem.
flyersqod, I believe that you have an OBD II code reader which is what is being sold to the public. OBD II starts with vehicles that were manufactured in 1996 and later and it mandated that all vehicles have a universal plug-in adapter to accommodate the scanners. Pre-1996 vehicles had a different plug-in for their respective makes. GM, Ford and Chrysler as well as all the foreign models all had different plug-ins. This is the case with your 1993 Town Car. The plug-in for your vehicle is located in the engine compartment and has two plugs on it. This cannot be accessed by an OBD II reader. If you want your vehicle scanned you will have to take it somewhere that has an OBD I scanner. Good luck with this.
It is OBD II all cars world-wide were required to be OBD II by the 1997 model year. The port should be located under the dash on the drivers side of the car. It looks like a serial port on the back of a home computer.
looked your truck up on an online database, ford calls that port a dlc (data link connector) and says that it is located in the passenger's compartment of the vehicle attached to the instrument panel and is accessible from the driver's seat.