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ECM location for 96 Hyndai Accent

Where is the location for ECM connector? SMOG report says it may have water damage and the OBD2 is not communicating with vehicles computer. Shop recommend repair ground and replace ECM.

Thanks for any help!

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  • 4inpocket May 08, 2009

    Thanks for the response.



    I reviewed the document you referred me to and am still in need of more information. Seems this information is for jet ski's???



    My problem is a SMOG issue. The 1996 Hyndai Accent is running well and has no problems driving. Problem is, it will not pass SMOG because the vehicles computer has no communication to run SMOG test.



    Shop recommends to repair ground for ECM and replace ECM connector. They believe it may have water damage.



    Where is the ECM connector located?



    Thanks.

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Hi,

It is located just above the fuse box behind the dash at the driver footwell.


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