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Old 03-20-2005
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ODBI connector location?

i got an 89 ranger xlt, where is my ODBI connection, it supposedly has one, and im not talking the ODBII since thats 96+
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You don't have one as such. Prior to OBD II it was different for each vehicle. SOMEWHERE around here I have a book that details the locations for older vehicles.
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Like John said, it could be just about anywhere but I would look under the hood on the driver's side first. Look for a connector shaped like the ones in this link.


There is also an OBD fault code list on that page.
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You might check up under the dash where the floor vent is for the heating...
If its not under the hood.

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Old 04-08-2005
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It is more than likely on the passenger side fenderwell. Thats where it is on my bro's 86.
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