Need to connect your OBD-II scanner to your Volvo OBD-II diagnostic port? By following the procedures below, learn where to locate the OBD-II port on your Volvo.
Volvo On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) port, also known as OBD-II or OBD 2, is located under the dashboard on the driver’s side.
The Volvo diagnostic port reads fault codes, clarifies codes, activates the sensor, and programs the various modules.
Volvo OBD-II Port Location
Use the OBD-II port to diagnose all warning lights.
Check engine lights can be diagnosed with a generic OBD-II scanner, but systems such as ABS, Airbag, SRS, and Transmission require a Volvo scanner.
Did you know that all 1996 and newer Volvo vehicles sold in the US have an OBD-II port under the dashboard?
We hope you find the Volvo OBD-II Port Location | Diagnostic Port guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Volvo.