What does the OBD2 connector look like and how to find your OBD port?
On-board diagnostics (OBD) is the car’s ability to record and diagnose problems. The most common way to find out if your OBD works is when you notice if the engine light comes on. However, this does not tell you much. This is where OBD scan tools come in handy. These tools communicate with the car and tell you what the problem is. And they tell these problems often in the form of diagnostic trouble codes or DTCs.
Now, how do you find your OBD2 port?
If your car is OBD2, then the connector should be within 90 cm of the driver, and you can access it with no tools. Most likely, it will be under your steering wheel on the dash panel and may have a plastic cover over it you can easily pop off. You can look at the image below for reference.
Now you have found your OBD port, all your need to do is plug in your OBD2 scan tool (or any other similar device), and you will have access to your car’s system. Check your ABS, air-bags, climate control, etc., and build a more EPIC driving experience.