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Question Ummm, I don't see it...

I've searched high and low and I can't find the stupid Diag port.

I don't even know what it looks like... can anyone provide me with an actual picture of the diag. port in the car???

I know its supposed to be against the firewall on the driver-side but I can't see anything. All I see is the crank reference sensor.

Please help.


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Its recessed and has a black plastic cover. Its right infront of where the two vacuum hoses plug in for the emissions control stuff. Start by looking at the drivers side strut tower, then follow a straight line back and you will see it.
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Here's a pic. It's got a black plastic cover that flips up.

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There is also the test connector/port on the other side. Mounts to the rear of the cam housing. 3 pins show. Goes to a hall sensor neer the other two. Some cars also have an exhause tube with a cap for diagnosing fuel mixture. Mounted on the exhause manifold side near cylinder #3.

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