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#1 (permalink) Old 05-19-2004, 02:45 PM
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Hmm..have an engine light on my 96 328is....car runs good though..anybody got an idea..?....also was gonna hook up a comp to it but cant find the plug in...any help would be...hmmm...helpful...

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I'm not sure where it is on the ODB II but its under the hood on the passengers side with a screw on cap for me...

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it looks like a gas cap of sorts, its screws off and you plug the computer into that circular port, however you need the proper fitting scan tool to do so.

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The OBDII is on your car. You can access it under the driver side dash to the left of the steering wheel. It is a small black door that says OBD in raised letters. You will need a coin to unluck the cover. They just plug in the computer.

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