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Old July 17th, 2017, 12:33 PM
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Default Where is OBD-I test connector?

I am unable to find the OBD-I test connector in my '94 E150. My ChkEng light came on briefly while driving, and has since gone off, but I wanted to check if any OBD-I codes were stored.

There are other issues, but I thought I would start with checking codes.

I have scoured under the hood, driver-side around the pedals, passenger-side behind what I call the kicker panel. I have looked online and in my Haynes book, and I cannot find any connector in my van that resembles the connector pictures I see.

Any help is appreciated.
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Does it have the 4.9L? If so, check around the battery close to the coolant overflow jug. Tucked away in there somewhere.
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Mine engine is 5.8. I'm led to believe I am to look for one like the attached image shows (labeled with STI, signal return, etc.) in someone else's engine compartment (near where you desribed). All I can seem to find is the light-gray rectangular connector shown in the other 2 images, and I found that connector behind the interior cover just forward of the passenger door.
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http://codes.rennacs.com/Petrol-Engi...n/Ford-EFI.php See if this helps any.


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