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> Elusive Obd Connection
pyeman19
post Jun 17 2008, 10:47 AM
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:blush-anim-cl: Hi folks, ime running a 1999, space wagon 2.4 GDi Petrol. and she smelling very rich,,?? and i am blowed if i can find the OBD diagnostic connection so i can check for faults,, as anyone any idea where it located please,,or indeed why its smelling rich,, its only become smelly since cam belt change at local garage,,??. :liebe011:
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take the plugs out and carefully turn the engine by hand until the timing marks on the top sprocket is lined up with the mark on the side of the engine then look to see if the bottom sprocket is also lined up with its timing mark.
the diagnostic connector will be either on the door side of the drivers side or behind the passengers glove box ( try drivers side first)
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