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OK this is a bit embarresing...but if I were gonna scan my car where would I hook the scanner up at?

I had a Check Engine light on for a couple days then it went away,whatever that means...figure its best to scan it anyway...
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Under the dash, to the right of the fuse box.
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Well, I don't know if OBD II is different, but my hook up point is directly above the brake pedal.
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Under the dash, to the right of the fuse box.

thanks...i thought that might be it.
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Well, I don't know if OBD II is different, but my hook up point is directly above the brake pedal.
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The OBD II where the hook-up is in the same place for all (or should be) vehicles. OBD I varies
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