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Cannot find where to plug 16 pin diagnostic controller

I have a 99 1.5v-tec civic hatchback
the problem i have is that the ABS light is on, i need to find the place to plug the diagnostic computer into, i had 2 mechanics last night searching the whole dash board, even took the dash off and no such luck! is there somewhere we're not looking? or is it hidden?

id appreciate any sort of help!


Thanks

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  • graham_darcy Nov 25, 2008

    countrycurt0 Thanks for your reply, my steering wheel is on the right,yes, and i had the whole underneath of the steering wheel off last night looking for it! but no such luck, its a 1.5LS V-tec, its an irish car, i cant find anything on the internet for it and i was never givin the owners manual when i bought the car! ill check again where you exactly specify but i think we would have noticied it last night if it was there =(

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Graham, the only 99 civic engine available in the US is the 1.6 L, so this might not help u, but the 1,6 is the traditional location : driver side, under dash, driver side of steering column, behind lower dash panel. To make things interesting, isn't your steering on the right ? (ours is left). Guess u have to check both sides? Let me know if this is any help, if not , I'll try again!

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