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Old 12-29-2009, 03:16 PM
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dlc location in 1997 F350 5.8 4WD automatic

I've searched on this site, on the internet, and I can't find an exact location for the DLC on my 1997 F350. I've looked under the dash on the driver and passenger side. I checked under the hood and I'm not sure if I found it or not (on the driver side rear mounted to the fender).

I just got a equus 3160 reader and the dlc connector doesn't match it, but it might be because of the age of the truck.

any information would be appreciated, I'm lost!!!
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Old 12-29-2009, 03:21 PM
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ok, I checked the software that came with the scanner and it's website says it's behind the glovebox. going to check now..just wanted to post this before

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Your truck isn't OBD-2.. see your other post about this.
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Your truck isn't OBD-2.. see your other post about this.
I guess he didn't like the answers he got there!!!!!!

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ok, think my internet connection is acting up or something. I didn't see the replies until after I posted 'my' response...sorry about that.

thanks for the information. Obviously you guys are right, it's OBDI not OBDII. Oh well, I can use the scanner on my other 2 vehicles. Thanks for the help guys!
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