OBD11 socket location

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  1. carken

    carken Read Only Funster

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    Hi. My other half has decided to buy a diagnostics scanner but doesn't know where the socket is to plug it in when he gets it. Can anyone help?
    It's a Fiat Ducato 2.2 100 multijet.
    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Probably behind a panel below and right of the steering wheel .... that's where ours is.
     
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    as above, its to the right of the steering wheel on right hand drive vans

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    carken Read Only Funster

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    Thank you for that info, all. Much appreciated.
     
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    ignore my last post if your van is newer than 2006 so an x250 model
    just been out and photographed my obd port and reader


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    for some reason the photos are turned 90* so the blue rectangle is at the bottom. this is my OBD2 reader. this links via bluetooth to my phone or laptop
     

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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    My advice if its not broken. leave well alone, if it is broken take it to someone who knows what they are looking for, modern vehicles are full of computers and electronics and can easily be blown up.

    ECU's are extremely expensive and unrepairable

    Peter
     
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