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Data link 1994 nissan truck with 2.4 in it looking for data link terminal and how do you check it

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    under the hood.

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    I am trying to find DLC for a 2000 UD 1200 (Nissan Commercial truck)

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The data link is a OBD I and requires a special plug per model and year. Only OBD II is a universal type plug to pull codes.

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How can I check the codes without a diagnostic computer?


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Locate the 16-pin data link connector. Connect the jump wire to terminals 4 and 9 of the connector. Turn the key to the "On" position without starting the engine.
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