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Where is the code reader plug located

The OBDII CODE READER PORT is directly under the driver side dashboard either by your left knee, right knee or dead center. If you lay on your back & look straight up below the steering wheel... you can't miss it. The only exception to this rule were in the 90's and only foreign cars.

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How do you operate the Code Reader?

most code readers are simple to operate, just find the obd2 port on your vehicle,(usually located just under the dashboard on the drivers or passengers side) then plug the cord from the reader into it and it should start looking for codes.

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Location of code plug on 2012 Camry

Should be under the dash on the drivers side.

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I need to plug in the code reader

These vehicles are OBDI (OBD one) compliant not ODBII (OBD two). Therefore, the scanner required need to be specific for Chrysler vehicles. The diagnostic connector is located above the driverside inner-fender under the hood. To retrieve codes only, turn the ignition key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON and the check engine light will flash the codes.

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Hey its under the drivers side dash if you are sittin in the drivers seat its right above the gas paddle just look under the bottom dash

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it is an obdII code reader. the plug that the code scanner ,reader, is under the dash next to the hood release latch its a black plug just to the left

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Where do i plug in a code reader on a 1993 lincoln town car?

flyersqod, I believe that you have an OBD II code reader which is what is being sold to the public. OBD II starts with vehicles that were manufactured in 1996 and later and it mandated that all vehicles have a universal plug-in adapter to accommodate the scanners. Pre-1996 vehicles had a different plug-in for their respective makes. GM, Ford and Chrysler as well as all the foreign models all had different plug-ins. This is the case with your 1993 Town Car. The plug-in for your vehicle is located in the engine compartment and has two plugs on it. This cannot be accessed by an OBD II reader. If you want your vehicle scanned you will have to take it somewhere that has an OBD I scanner. Good luck with this.

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I have a toyota previa 1991 model I would like to know where the dlc connector is located

if you mean "code reader plug" (sorry not much of a car guy, just know what MY '91 has taught me) is under the drivers seat. there is a lever to lean the seat (whole seat, not just back) back. this is where you add oil, check oil and trans fluid. the code reader plug is the grey box thingy nearest the door.
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it is hooked up to your throttle body and there is no ceaning it just getting a new one good luck though the code for it is p0507

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