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WHERE IS THE CONNECTOR FOR A OBD11 ON A 1995 HONDA ACCORD?

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The OBD2 system is on '96 and newer cars. There should be an OBD1 connection under the hood on the drivers side, But good luck finding an OBD1 scan tool.

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Where to test emission on 1995 Honda accord


95 Accord is pre-obd 2 and will probably need dedicated Honda diagnostic equipment. There was no requirement at that time to use a standard connector or to place the connector within reach of the driver's seat as with obd 2.

Honda service information should provide more details or for simplicity ask your local Honda dealer to check the emission?

The simplest method would be to check the emissions the old-fashioned way - like it is still done in lots of places, by testing the emissions at the tailpipe with a suitable gasalyser...

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you mean OBD2 and not OBD1 DLC port. right?
in usa, easy
not usa , there is not one.
ill pretend this is USA post.
in 1996 they all are here, but in 1995 only a short list of cars.
and varies by Engine option.
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I cant find the connector on my 1995 honda accord i checked everywhere its the connector for the diagnose of my check engine light


Hi there,

By law, the OBD connectors were required to change to the new 16pin connector (2 rows of 8pins) in 1996.

Have a look for this connector above the driver's knee, under the dash.

However, as your vehicle is 1995, it's possible yours will have the earlier 2pin connector (usually green or blue). This is found either a) behind the centre console - below the dash; b) under the passenger side dash; c) inside the kick panel; d) under the passenger seat.

This connector could also be plugged into a holder connector.

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May 13, 2011 | 1995 Honda Accord

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Remove dashboard from honda accord S/W


I don't think removing the dashboard will help much. All the 1995 Accords I've worked on the ECM is under the right front carpet. Take a look and see if your is the same.

Disconnect negative battery terminal. Remove right door sill molding. Pull carpet back to access ECM. Remove ECM cover screws. Unplug ECM connectors. Remove mounting screws. Remove ECM.

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ENGINE LITE... WHERES THE READER PLUG... 1995 Honda Accord V6... made in Maryville, OH


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Where is my obd2 connecter?


OBD DIAGNOSTIC LINK CONNECTOR / 1995 Honda Accord 2.2L MFI 4cyl
The OBD Diagnostic Link Connector is located: Front seating area, driver side, driver side of steering column, mounted behind center of instrument panel.

Good luck, and remember rated this help.

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Wiring harness


I dont think so. 95 had 2 different engines. it will be close. you will have to check every connection and it will take some time. id get the correct one for your model and year and it still might be a little different.

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