Where is the connection to obd2


Asked by Feb 24, 2017 at 06:51 PM about the 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Need location to plug in code scan tool

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Your vehicle doesn't use OBDii, it uses the older version obi. The plug should be in the engine bay, driver side between the strut mount and firewall. You do need a OBDi scanner or circuit test light...http://straighttalkautomotive.com/OBD1/ford-OBD-I.html

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+1 Tom

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Okay yup I found it and yes it is obd1 problem tool is obd2

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Okay just an update I got the car scanned the code 332 egr sensor or egr solenoid. So off to parts store the sensor is a $20 part and solenoid $60.

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