Chrysler OBD-II (OBD2) port can be used to troubleshoot the vehicle, read fault codes, view live sensor data, and reset warning lights. Finding the OBD2 port on a Chrysler is very easy.
Where is the OBD2 port located on a Chrysler?
On all Chrysler vehicles, the OBD2 port is located under the dashboard on the driver’s side. It is located above the brake pedal, to the left of the steering column.
Chrysler On-Board Diagnostic II (OBD-II) is used to diagnose vehicle problems.
The OBD-II diagnosis port and a Multi-System Scanner can be used to diagnose engine, transmission, ABS, Airbag, and other problems.
I can’t find the OBD2 port on a Chrysler?
Look carefully under the dashboard.
On some Chryslers, the OBD-II port is deep under the dashboard, which means you may need to slide under the dash and use a flashlight to locate it. In certain models, such as the Chrysler Crossfire, there is a small plastic cover that you need to pry open to expose the OBD2 port.
Where is the OBD port on a Chrysler 300C located?
The OBD2 port on a Chrysler 300C can be found on the driver's side next to the hood release.
Where is the OBD2 port on a Chrysler Town and Country?
Chrysler Town and Country OBD2 port can be located under the dashboard on the driver's side, above the brake pedal.
Where is the OBD2 port on Chrysler Sebring?
The OBD2 port on a Chrysler Sebring can be located under the dashboard on the driver side.
What is the difference between OBD, OBD2, and OBD-II?
OBD stands for On-board diagnostic system. OBD-II is the correct name, but sometimes it is referred to as OBD2.
Do all Chrysler vehicles have an OBD2 port?
OBD-II is found on all 1996 and newer Chrysler vehicles sold in the US. That means that all Chrylser vehicles 1996 and newer, including Sebring, 300, Town&Country, PT Cruiser, Crossfire, Voyager, 200C, LHS, Aspen, Pacifica, Cirrus, Concorde, 300M have an OBD-II port.
OBD often reres to OBD-I, which can be found on some older Chryslers from 19985 to 1995.