Where is the OBD2 diagnostic port located in my vehicle?
What is it?
OBDclick technology allows for the detection and reporting of vehicle failures and faults. The reading of this information is done via the OBD2 port, which is standard and present in almost all vehicles produced after 2001.
Where is the OBD2 port on my vehicle?
The precise location of the OBD2 diagnostic port may vary depending on the model and brand of your vehicle. However, it is typically located in the cabin, close to the driver. Here are some common places where you might find it:
- Under the dashboard, near the steering column.
- In the glove compartment.
- Under the handbrake or gear lever.
- On the driver's side, under the dashboard.
- In the center console, behind a cover or panel.
Please note that the OBD2 port is usually rectangular or trapezoidal in shape, and it has 16 pins. Sometimes, it may be covered by a small panel or cover for aesthetic reasons, so it may be necessary to search a bit to find it.
Contact us if you cannot find the OBD2 diagnostic port on your vehicle.