short answer, bad question! GEN 5 , trecel,
is this a USA,
car,?? gee, why not say that. ????
as each car in each country has different systems. OBD1, OBD1.5 , OBD2, JOBD, EOBD. etc. or worse.....
did you look for the 16pin D-shell shaped DLC connector ? at drivers
so im blocked from being accurate, just that.... alone..
and what engine?
5 engines world wide.... a fact.
2E,3E,4E,5E (new twin cam in 95) or the 1N
in 1995 some engines on some cars were full or 1/2 OBD2 compliant.
that RIGHT, some with 4cyl are OBD1, and V6 OBD2, can prove it.
some cars in 1995, are OBD2 and have no flash codes,
some are compliant to OBD2 with a cable adaptor. 1.5 compliance
the EPA will list this car and non compliant ever if 100% good,
but connector is wrong, or get this, more than 1 meter for steering
so, RTM. the manual never lies, and that manual is , THE FSM.
fact2 the earliest OBD2 is 1994 car. 1996 is mandate.
1995 cars are on LIMBO do your home work. ! or ask ?
to ask answer all questions above, country and ENGINE
Lots of disinformation on the web
, i track this and know it.
OMG , 1995.5 year cars, ouch.
ok 1 step at a time.
the light must glow key on, does, ,if not its burned out or stolen
many cars, (vast) the nasty PO stole it so new owners can see truth.
very common. in real world.
short answer 2: can work (USA ONLY)!!!
i found the OBD2 standard, OBD2 connector by right knee.
i jacked in new scan took key on and its dead.
i open hood, look up and see , EPA sticker and no OBD2 compliant word, bingo a OBD1.5 car, ask for help. (custom cable)
tricky huh, i dont design them i only fix them i fix ECU/s