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read check engine light1990

How do I read a check eng light 4.0. I think its OBD1???? How do you use a light flashing method. I know nothing about doint this. Please no suggestions to take to shop Poor old Man Thanks
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Read here: Ford Ranger - Testing EEC-IV Equipped Engines

OBD connector is "usually" between power brake booster and fender in engine bay, it is just part of wiring harness not attached to anything.

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Passenger side, engine bay
Under battery by rad support, engine bay
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