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Where is the OBD Connector located on a 2002 Lincoln LS

Check Engine light is on and I am trying to have it hooked up to a diagnostics computer and they can not find where to hook it up?

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It is on the drivers side, just past the bottom of the knee bolster on the right side, it is flush with the bottom, that is why it is hard to find

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Almost all american made vehicles the obd2 connector is located under the dash board most of them near the drivers side som in the middle of the console and some on the passanger side, however if a tech can first feed the info of the car manualy into his scanner using the VIN code the scanner will be able to tell exactly where the hoo up is located.

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Scanner plugged into OBD-II data link connector.
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    Removing sensor mounting screws

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