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Fuse location for Data link connector on 1999 e350

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SOURCE: 2002 pontiac grand am data link connector location

the connector should be under the driver's side dash near the foot pedals.

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why do they need to connect to engine ??? bit backward are we not ---where is the emmision analyser with the sensor up the exhaust ????and the full mechanical check ,brake roller tester ,shock absorber tester ,noise test?? over the pit with the wheels jerked about by metal plates to test ball joints and bearings.hammer to test for corrosion .NOT FORGETTING THE PAPERWORK ???

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SOURCE: where is the 16-pin data link connector on 2002 chev tracker?

IT IS LOCATED DIRECTLY UNDER THE STEERING COLUMN.

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SOURCE: can not locate data link connector

for the most part its under the dash on the driver side and sometimes its under the hood on the driver side you can also stop by your local Ford dealership and they be able to print you off pictures and diagrams showing you where it is located wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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