where is the obd reader located?

Asked by Mar 03, 2013 at 11:06 AM about the 1999 Volkswagen Cabrio 2 Dr GL Convertible

Question type: General

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Right under the heater controls on the dash

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I was going to post a picture but evidently it is a copyrighted image so, no can do

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"They" took that ability away from people posting answers.

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It's gonna make it harder to get a point across sometimes but I suppose they have a legitimate reason whatever it may be

Just got word it's a glitch and we will be able to post images again as soon as they fix it

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Glad to hear that it's just a glitch.

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Me too


Black plastic cover to the far right of the switch gear above the ashtray about 1" by 2" slide it slightly to the left and the ADL is underneath

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I pull the ashtray out and slide the cover to the left,

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Yes,all you have to do is just open the ash tray,it just makes sliding the cover a little easier to do is all.The plug is under the cover.To reinstall, it just snaps back on pay attention to up and down the pictogram thats on the cover you want to be able to read it.

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