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Q: OBD not working

asked by on February 08, 2016

The OBD is not working. There is no clicking.

Hi there. If the OBD port is not working then most of the time this is caused by a loss of power to the plug. The fuse to the plug needs to be checked first to see if it is blown and needs to be replaced. This is a common failure point on most cars. If the fuse is fine and there is power to the plug then the main engine computer may be bad. A more extensive test with a voltage meter would need to be done at that point.

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