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I have an ODB1&2 diagnostic tool that has an adapter for Chrysler

The adapter has 6 male contacts 2 pairs above each other oriented north south and one pair off to the side (making an L shape) oriented east west. The only connector I can find on the car (94 Chrysler Concorde) is under the dash. 6 female contacts. 3 pairs oriented east west. The Haynes manual shows the under dash location as the connector but states that in some cases its only for the transmission and the engine connector is under the hood but it doesn't state where. I can't find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Ron

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