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Old 11-01-2010, 01:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where do I plug in OBD scanner on my 1999 Camry?

Been searching in my car for 30 minutes can't find the hookup for my OBD MaxiScan II...

looked behind the change counter (supposedly for '96's), looked under and behind the dash, even on passenger side, car doors, nothing..

I did a search and can't seem to find this..any help? thanks much

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You'll want to use the forum's search tool for past threads discussing the OBD location. Here's a link to a past thread describing the location on a '95.
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thanks but that's a '95 totally different.. it's not behind the coin drawer as stated on that post...

but i DID finally find it, you have to look up from the brake and voila, for those with 99's!
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if ur lookin straight at the drivers kick panel, its the white port right under it right there. its an obd2 port not obd1. that might b y nothings fitting
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yeah it's under the steering column, white rectangular port - OBD2
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thanks but that's a '95 totally different.. it's not behind the coin drawer as stated on that post...

but i DID finally find it, you have to look up from the brake and voila, for those with 99's!
I thought it might be, but the general idea was to search the forums since it is an easily searchable topic. Glad to know you found the OBD location, and if you'd like to post up a pic showing the location for other members that would be great.
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