Question about 2000 Isuzu Rodeo
State inspection tech says OBD/DalaLink connector on 2000 isuzu rodeo isn't giving any signals. What to check and where. Have already checked all readily accessible fuses and connectors. Thanks
The only reason I have ever seen for a dead OBDII or DCL while the car still runs is that the ECM has failed and for some reason just marginally functioning enough to appear normal. This is more common than one would think.
I would start by getting even a generic OBDII reader to confirm your work, then pull the battery connections and unplug the ECM from the harness and make sure visually that the conector has no obvious issues then reassemble and retest.
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