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Re: Location of OBD II
HOWEVER: in a 1994 Dodge Intrepid, this won't be an OBD-II connector. OBD-II first appeared in the 1996 models, not only the Intrepid but just about every other car. The 1993-1995 Dodge Intrepids use a special Chrysler LH plug to connect to the diagnostics.
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Here is a picture of a ODB II port. They are usually located under the dash on the drivers side but on a few vehicles they could be found inside behind fold down panel on passenger side or in the glove box.
Ok it will be on the driver side, under the dash, near your right knee. What you have to remember is there is no OBD-II port on your vehicle it has a chrysler LH plug and was not available till 1996. So if you are trying to hook up a computer to the car that has OBD make sure you have an LH plug adapter.
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Two ways: 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable, then try to start - that will reset the light, but also reset the radio, clock, etc. 2. Go to an Autozone store. They will reset it for free and will even tell you the code that caused it.
it might but the obdll starts at 96 and up,but there is another conector under the hood on the passenger side for check engine codes.you can buy a ford code reader to do that with there about 50 dollars.if it does have the obdll it should be under the drivers side dash
does the cluster light up when your headlights are switched on? if not then iinput cable behind the cluster may have come loose you will have to take the dash apart to get the instrument panel off and get to the input wire. If it does light up then you may have a loose connection and or a PCM problem which is the cars computer have your obd II codes checked at autozone.