Looking for the DLC connection

Asked by May 18, 2013 at 10:54 AM about the 1995 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight Royale 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

want to check the On Board Diagnostics Code

2 Answers


You need a code reader that supports both OBD 1 and 2. The port is located under the dash on the drivers side.

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Thank You for confering the Location. The connector was disconnected and tucked in with other wires out of my site. Upon removing the panel in day light I was able to see the connect. I plan on getting a Cable to link the DLC 16-pin to the USB port of my Netbook from Red Devil rivers. And download an Advanced Automobile Tuning Software that is freeware if it works then I will give a donation. The 1995 Ol=dsmobile has an upgraded V-6 Engine that is not compatible with OBD-1 software.TunerPro was written to be Compatible with the GM Vehicles upgraded Engine. Again Thanks you made me a Happy Camper Hope to pull a Frolic Travel Trailer. Thank You tenspeed.

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