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Cannot locate data link connector - 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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If you're looking for the OBD 2 port for your scanner - there isn't one. OBD 2 scanners / code readers only work/are used by 1996 and newer vehicles. I also have a 95 JGC and I have to resort to the "lamp flash" method to get the trouble codes from the ECU.

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