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Someone with skills/tools to enter a car with the keys locked in it may be able to get you in there.Ask a locksmith(they will probably charge less if you bring the car to them).The various vehicle entry tools to open a door might also work to open the hood.
If there is any kind of pinging going on especially when going uphill, try retarding the timing 2 degrees. Make sure your plug together the two green connectors on the firewall, driver's side, when checking the timing, or you may already know that. take care.
toward the back of the engine, underneath a little rubber cover, if you look under the hood, it is right on top back toward the firewall. The cover has got a little tip on top to grab onto and pull up. Only a couple of inches long and rectangular in shape. It sits right on top of the engine where it bolts up to the transaxle.
a DLC for OBD2 wont work on your car. only cars made after 1996. you may need a manual for your car, there should be 2 green connectors under the dash to connect, or they may be under the hood. then the light will flash codes out. Its been so long I cant remember.