Since the implementation of the OBD standard, each vehicle has a standard 16-pin connector, as described on our OBD presentation page.
The norm states that the port must be located inside the vehicle passenger compartment. Depending on the make and model, it may or may not be easy to locate.
To diagnose your vehicle yourself, download our EOBD-Facile car diagnostic software.
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You will find below several pictures which will help you find your OBD connector in your car.
Remove the fairing behind the seat
The non-standard diagnostic port is visible here
Here is the 4-pin diagnostic socket
An adapter is required to upgrade from a 4-pin socket to a standard 16-pin OBD socket
Those pictures were sent by James
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