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Old 08-24-2008, 12:45 PM   #1
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Location of ODB II port 2002 Acura TL-S

Where is the connector for the OBD II on a 2002 Acura TL-S.

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Between the seat heater switches, under a little plastic cover.
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i know thats true on the 99 but on the 2003s (probably the 02s too?) it is right under the dash panel below the steering wheel.

1) put your hand on the ignition.
2) slide it over and put it on the dash piece.
3) slide hand down following the center console dash piece and at the bottom you will feel the odb2 connector. you can also bend down and look at it and dont need to remove a thing.

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on my 2000 it's between the seat heater switches.
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i know thats true on the 99 but on the 2003s (probably the 02s too?) it is right under the dash panel below the steering wheel.
Own an '02 TL-S.... it's not under the steering wheel.
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i know thats true on the 99 but on the 2003s (probably the 02s too?) it is right under the dash panel below the steering wheel.

1) put your hand on the ignition.
2) slide it over and put it on the dash piece.
3) slide hand down following the center console dash piece and at the bottom you will feel the odb2 connector. you can also bend down and look at it and dont need to remove a thing.

good luck
That was an 03 only thing. 99-02 were all between the switches.
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Old 08-29-2008, 02:54 PM   #7
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my 02 has it between the heat seat switches and my 03 has it just to the right under the steering wheel colum
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cool -- good info
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