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#1 Old 07-30-2006, 10:39 AM
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OBD II port location?

I've done a search on the threads, but no luck. Does anyone know where the OBD II port is on the Charger?

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Re: OBD II port location?

its under the driver lower dash part,put your hand under the dash at the door side slide it towards the console theres a cut out just past the steering colum thats it.the OBD 11 reader will only fit that connetor

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Re: OBD II port location?

Thanks, found it!
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Re: OBD II port location?

Why???? Whatcha got?

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