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Ok i have started hearing and reading about OBDII port which became compulsory in 96+ cars. My question is does my 1990 Celica "GTS" (actually its an Aus SX) have this port or something similar? I would love to be able to read realtime data off my ECU and be able to display the info on my laptop/PDA.
 

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i belive there a toyota program for that .... but unless you have the money to waist on that find what 2 pins you have to jump and watch the blinking check light ...
 

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im not planning on spending alot of money on a toyota program, iam a programmer myself and have a bit of experience in electronics. I cant find much information on this so any information would be very much appreciated ;)
 

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It's OBD I. There are adaptors made for every single manufacturer DLC on pre-OBD II vehicles. On Toyota's, the DLC is a little gray box with the word Diagnosis on top of it. And FYI, it's not live data. It actually takes a couple of seconds. The older the vehicle, the slower the computer.
 

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On the Celica is located right in front of the main clutch cilinder (right hand side of the car behind the shock tower if standing in front of the car)
 
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