Question about 1990 Chevrolet K1500
The plug for the OBD1 is missing all but 1 wire.. want to replace them so i can run a scan .. Cant short out A and B terminal.. no wires there. Need to know where the wires run from the back of the plug so i can trace them down and replace the wire..
You might be better off to go to a junkyard and take the connector and about 10 or 12 inches of the wiring with it.
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
Testimonial: "That is what i was thinking.. But most the trucks at junk yard are missing alot of the wriring and or dash components.. But i guess ill do that this weekend.."
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