Question about 1997 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I am about to purchase one myself. (Did not get one for Christmas like I asked for)
Look under the dash and see if you can find the connector. My 2002 S10 has the connector located there. From what I understand, the OBDII will work on 1996 and newer vehicles. I am looking at the Actron CP9179 scanner for the OBDII. It is about $181, but it has more features and options than the basic $29 dollar one which is very limited. If you just need to read codes, most auto parts stores will do that for you free (so they can sell you parts).
Hope that helps.
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