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> Location Obdii Connector 94 Montero, ODBII Location Montero
jallert
post Jan 11 2013, 01:29 PM
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Please help me find the OBDII connector for my 1994 montero. I have looked everywhere and no luck. I think it is around the hood release (i read elsewhere), but I cannot find it. Please take a picture in your reply. Thanks!!

Also just looked and MFG date is sept 1993. so does that mean no OBD2? I took a picture of the area where I think it should be. There is a 12 pin connector w/ one pin in it next to the fuse panel near the brake pedal. see pic.

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obd2 wasnt standard until 1996-so no you have a obd1 connector -some scanners will read codes from obd1 some of the code "readers" will also

other wise you can do the grounding the pins and counting the flashes
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