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Old 07-01-2011, 09:01 PM
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OBD II Wiring Diagram

Anyone know the sequence to re-connect the wires to the OBD II block?
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Well, got the diagram...

Double checked all the connections and My H&S Tuner is not able to connect. Also stopped by local parts store to check their scanner and no luck there either. So... Not sure. There is power to the OBD port, but unable to connect.

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