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Why do I not have power to my obd2 plug all my fuses are good

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How do I get power to the obd connector


Most obd2 connectors are located right under drivers dashboard, or under fuse box cover,or another cover labeled obd2. Just Google your specific make and model. Good luck

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FUSE check engine light


If you are trying to reset the light, use an obd code reader. Autozone can do this for free. If you are wanting to try resetting by powering it off, look for the ECM fuse in the fuse block. Or you can disconnect the battery for 5 minutes.

Feb 13, 2015 | 2007 Suzuki XL7 AWD

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Why does the obd2 not connect to my car after i plug it in it said it cant connect 1995 pontiac firebird 3.4.


OBD1 1981 thru 1995

OBD2 1996 thru 2014

You should not be able to connect an OBD2
cable to your car,need OBD 1 cable & software

Google the question & try You Tube Video, to see
how to check your make for codes

Mar 28, 2013 | 1995 Pontiac Firebird

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My obd2 isn't getting power what I do?


Check Pin #16 on the Data Link Connector (DLC) for battery voltage. (See Diagram)

If there is no battery voltage present check the fuse marked "OBD II" in the engine compartment fuse block. It is a 10 Amp fuse. If the fuse is good, repair the circuit between the fuse and pin #16 at the DLC.
If battery voltage is present at Pin 16 at the DLC, check for ground at pin 4 on the DLC. If ground is not present, repair the ground circuit between the DLC and Ground G202 located at the left side of the dash.
HINT: the easiest way to check BOTH of these at the same time is to use paper clips plugged into pin #16 and Pin #4 and connect a light bulb between the two. If the light illuminates brightly, power and ground are both OK.
If no problem with power or ground is detected at the DLC, check the Owner's Manual for your code reader.

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May 11, 2012 | 2000 Kia Sephia

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My obd2 plug is not working i check the fuse and it's good what can it be


lots of times the connectors wear or bend, try pushing on the connector and holding it there while you scan it, you can also test to make sure its getting power at the correct terminal on the obd2 connector.

Apr 16, 2010 | 1996 Mazda Millenia

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Autozone said the OBD2 connector.. or DLC.. whatever it's called, is not getting power to it when he tried plugging the tool in to see why my check engine light is on. He had asked if I hooked up a stereo...


Used a test light with key on, if no light at test light on both proms on fuse, remove and check blown fuse, also some may not have voltage, turn head light's on, could be head light fuse, should come on with light's on, but it's best to just pull fuse and check to make sure it's good or bad, lighter fuse does power your OBD2.

Jan 26, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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04 escalade does nothing when i plug scanner on. its like no power thruogh the wires to the actual plug


Check your fuses...the fuse for the OBII is probaly blowed...Or see if the scanner works in another car, to make sure the internal battery on the scanner is good..

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Wont read obd 11 at all


some cars power thes canner through the lighter fuse, if its blown the scanner cant get power from the obd2 plug.

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