On most vehicles you'll find the OBD II connector within three feet of the driver's seat, accessible without the use of any tools. Typically this connector is found under the dash or near the center console. If you can not locate your OBD II port, refer to your vehicle's manual or contact your dealer. For more information on this product please visit the smart scan website http://www.baccusglobal.com/.
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