Question about 1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT
The 92 was an OBD1 car, and the connector is located on the side of the fuse block which sits above your left foot as you are sitting in the car, the fuse block has a black plastic cover, and the connector on the side has a soft rubber boot.
OBD1 doesn't give you near the data OBDII does. I use a pocket logger on mine, it is a cable and software which you can put on a palm pilot, check out www.pocketlogger.com. Yes, I know, they call it a first gen DSM logger, but it works fine in the first gen 3000GT and stealth. for platform specific help with your 3000gt, you may want to check out the forums over on 3si.org
Not sure about the Diamante (after all, this started out a 3000gt question) but the OBDII ports on the later year 3000GTs were located under the dash on the OTHER side of the steering column, above your right knee.
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Posted on Feb 21, 2009
The code readers have changed along with the standards relating to the depth of info provided by the ECUs; you will need to use your model year to shop one and do shop it; the prices of these things vary greatly and the simplest will do what the typical owner needs done; read codes.
You'll find numerous vendors on line and they range (overall) from ~$20 to $250+ US.
I've not seen any connectors that were not located on the driver's half of the car; they are a flattened 'D' configuration, have always been mounted horizontally and have two rows of pins. Some are concealed under a slip-off plastic cap.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you most likley have a blown fuse. the fuse for the connector and cig lighter are usually on the same circuit . if you have a owner manuel check and see which fuse is for the obd/cig lighter. if you dont have a manuel then check every fuse in the box and see if you find a blown one. the plug whare the scanner connects is what powers the scanner so if you cant find a blown fuse then you know youre not getting power to the plug for some reason.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: OBD reader for 04 LEXUS ES330
Any OBD2 reader should work. the OBD connector is under the dash just forward of where the drivers knees would be. I think most ALL cars are within 18" of the steering wheel.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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