OBD 2 port questions
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by TF242:
That doesn't make any sense. Your friends jetta's OBD2 port is rectangular. I have the 2K Jetta and scan it with OBD2 scanner almost on a weekly basis as my bro has one. (OBD2 and should fit ANY car 87 or 88 and up as it is a standard, so it has to have same plug). It will even fit your Z28.
The port is located below the steering wheel right beside the hood release.
[ July 14, 2003: Message edited by: TF242 ]
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Thomas, I think you mean 96. The goverment made it the standard that all vehicles in the US as of 1996 must have the OBD2 plug. They are all the same type of connecter on all types of vehicle. If it's meant to be in the US it must have that type of connector. Some late model year 95's might also have that plug. Also they made it mandatory that the plug be located pretty much in the same place in all cars. All under the dash on drivers side. I learned all this in the 2 years of Ford school and working on Fords for 5 years. They decided on the plug and the location, so that pretty much anyone could pull codes from the computer.