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Old 01-04-2004, 11:53 AM   #1
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Can someone tell me where the DCL is located under the hood
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I am assumming youare talking about the data hookup to your PCM. It isn't under the hood. Look right underneath your steering column, above the drivers feet.
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Is it me? Or is GM the only one that puts the DLC under the steering collum? Great place for it in my opinion...
Nope--it'* not just you, or just GM for that matter--OBD connections must be within 1 meter of the steering wheel, so most all manufacturers put them somewhere around the bottom of the dash for ease of connection.
There may be a few oddball ones out there, but not sure what they may be
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