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I've been told that my MA8 edu is OBD2 but I haven't been able to find the OBD2 connector. 

Has anyone found it or do we just not have one?

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On 4/15/2016 at 6:57 AM, Shawn2ace said:

I've been told that my MA8 edu is OBD2 but I haven't been able to find the OBD2 connector. 

Has anyone found it or do we just not have one?

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Which "OBD2 Plug" are you looking for? If you mean the diagnostic port its in the cabin on passenger side next to center console :) 

If you're talking about the ECU plug, Its a bit of a farse. its a OBD2 with an OBD1 plug as far as I remember

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If you talking about diagnostics connector. Some of the very late models have a 16 pin connector for scan tool.

But most simply have a 2 pin and 3 pin arrangement in the passenger footwell above the ecu.

You can buy 3 pin to 16 pin adapter cables. But how well they work I don't know.

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I have the same problem too, I cant find the diagnostic connector. I found a 3 pin connector/cable but I don't know if is the right one. Here is a photo of it, someone told me that this is the AC connector not the diagnostic. Anyone can tell me if it is or not the right one?

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I don't think thats the diagnostic port mate (unless someone can clarify?) It should be on the passenger side of the car.

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It is a 3 pin plug, I have searched everywhere but I didn't find nothing, it is very strange...

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I don't know if you've checked already, but some models pre-2000 had two diagnostic ports below the dashboard on the passenger side, just above the kick plate. They should be blue in a plastic cover, one is a 5 pin ABS port and the other is a 2 pin ECU port. This is if you're car is not equipped with an OBD port.

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