Where do you plug in the OBD scanner?

Asked by Sep 20, 2015 at 06:40 PM about the 1995 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The check engine light came on while
driving.

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What year Camry are you interested in? If it's a generation 4 (1997-2001) it is directly underneath the steering column at the front edge of the dash. Just look underneath where the column meets the dash and it's there. Other generations are in different places. I believe the generation 3 (1992-1996) have it behind the coin tray on the left side of the dash. The tray is easy to remove. If it's more recent, there are lots of video on YouTube to show you how to find the OBDII connector. I hope that helps.

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A 1995 Toyota Camry may be an OBD I vehicle. Check the EMISSION LABLE under the hood of the vehicle. It should indicate either indicate OBD I or OBD II Compliant. Get back to us with this info.

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Now I see the listing for the car type.. ODBII became the standard in 1996, but there are late model 1995 Camry that got the ODBII interface. Everything depends on whether you have the 4 or 6 cylinder model and when it was made. But it does confirm that the connector is behind your coin tray on the left hand side of the dash. Open the tray, then an easy push up and pull motion that gets the tray out. Just be gentle, the clip is pretty fragile especially as they get harder with age.

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