Table of Contents
- 1 Where is the OBD port located?
- 2 Where is the OBD2 port on Hyundai Sonata?
- 3 Where is the data link connector?
- 4 What is the difference between OBD and OBD2?
- 5 Where do you plug in a Hyundai Sonata code reader?
- 6 Where is the obd2 port on a 2011 Hyundai Sonata?
- 7 Where is the OBD port on a Mitsubishi 380?
- 8 What is the purpose of a data link connector?
- 9 What is the location of the OBD port?
- 10 Where do I plug in my Hum OBD reader?
Where is the OBD port located?
Where is the OBD2 port? The OBD2 port location can vary depending on your car model. However, it is usually found within reach of the driver, underneath the steering wheel.
Where is the OBD2 port on Hyundai Sonata?
OBD connector location for Hyundai Sonata (LF) (2014 – 2019)
- The OBD II socket is located on the left of the steering wheel.
- Remove the plastic cover under the open hood lever.
- OBD plug is here.
Where is the OBD port on a Mitsubishi Outlander?
OBD connector location for Mitsubishi Outlander (2005 – 2012)
- Connector is under the steering wheel.
- OBD port is above the brake pedal.
- OBD connector.
Where is the data link connector?
The OBD II DLC is usually located under the instrument panel on the driver side, though there are several exceptions. The OBD-II connector is required to be within 2 feet of the steering wheel (unless an exemption is applied for by the manufacturer, in which case it is still somewhere within reach of the driver).
What is the difference between OBD and OBD2?
1. OBD1 is connected to the console of a car, while OBD2 is remotely connected to the vehicle. 2. OBD1 was used during the earlier years of the car manufacturing industry, while OBD2 was only introduced in car models produced in the early 1990’s.
Are all OBD ports the same?
As a result, in 1996 car manufacturers started to equip cars and trucks with an OBD-II port. Every system is mostly the same, but there are slight variations. These are known as protocols, and are specific to vehicle manufacturers.
Where do you plug in a Hyundai Sonata code reader?
OBD connector location for Hyundai Sonata (NF) (2004 – 2010)
- The OBD connector is located above the pedals.
- The OBD II plug is on the left of the clutch pedal.
- Here is the OBD II port.
Where is the obd2 port on a 2011 Hyundai Sonata?
The obd2 port for a 2011 hyundai sonata is located on the right side of the passenger compartment fuse box, below and to the left of the steering wheel.
What OBD protocol does Mitsubishi use?
Mitsubishi OBD-2 compatibility list
|Mitsubishi Montero||ISO 14230-4, ISO 9141-2|
|Mitsubishi Outlander||2.0, Gasoline (127 HP)||ISO 14230-4, ISO 9141-2|
|2.0 Turbo, Gasoline (202HP)||ISO 9141|
|2.2, Diesel (177HP)||KWP FAST|
Where is the OBD port on a Mitsubishi 380?
The OBD-II port on a Mitsubishi vehicle is located under the dashboard on the driver’s side. Slide under the dashboard on the driver’s side and look above the brake pedal. You will see the trapezoid-shaped OBD2 port.
What is the purpose of a data link connector?
The data link connector (DLC) is the multi-pin diagnostic connection port for automobiles, trucks, and motorcycles used to interface a scan tool with the control modules of a given vehicle and access on-board diagnostics and live data streams.
Are all OBD2 connectors the same?
All OBD-II pinouts use the same connector, but different pins are used with the exception of pin 4 (battery ground) and pin 16 (battery positive).
What is the location of the OBD port?
The OBD Port, is the location where you can plug in any OBD tool into the vehicle to pull vehicle information. It is also the primary location of tracking devices such as dongles as the port provides ongoing power to the device.
Where do I plug in my Hum OBD reader?
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What’s the difference between OBD 1 and OBD 2?
It is also the primary location of tracking devices such as dongles as the port provides ongoing power to the device. There are two generations of OBD ports, OBD1 and OBD-ii aka OBD2. To determine which one you have, if your vehicle was built and sold in the US after January 1st, 1996 you will have an OBD 2 port.