Question about 1999 Isuzu Trooper
Neither I nor a garage could find diagnostic socket earlier for a minor problem. Now, it's stopped and the problem is acute.
The plug is under the plastic trim for the gearchange area just behind where the air blows to your feet its on a fly lead and no tools needed to get it out just yer fingers .
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
The data link connector is a 16 pin plug connector and it should be under the dash/bulkhead , under the steering wheel. You may have to remove the trim panel to find it. Normally DTC connectors are in easy reach, so plug in testers can be read whilst sitting in the drivers seat.
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