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I have a 1995 jeep JY. I can't get get the plug in connector anywhere. I bought the basic 4 wire flat connector. All I need to know is which wires on the left and right rear I tie into. I do have the Chiltons book but I just want to be sure. All I need is the color of the left and right wires.

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Look under the drivers side dash, on he right hand side, a black 4 wire diagnostic link connector should be there for your scanner to plug right into.

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