Isuzu OBD-II (OBD2) port can be used to troubleshoot the vehicle problems but also to install tracking, or monitor the device.
Where is the OBD2 port on an Isuzu?
On Isuzu vehicles, the OBD2 port is located under the dashboard on the driver’s side, right to the left of the steering column.
The ECU's Onboard Diagnostic system will send data thru the OBD2 port, which can be used to diagnose engine, transmission, ABS, Airbag, and other problems. To access these systems, you will need an Isuzu OBD2 Scanner.
I can’t find the OBD2 port on an Isuzu?
First, make sure to look deep under the dashboard. On some Isuzus, the OBD-II is deep under the dashboard, which means you may need to slide under the dash and use a flashlight to locate it.
Where is the OBD2 port located on an Isuzu NPR?
You can find the OBD2 port on an Isuzu NPR right above the brake pedal.
Where is the OBD2 port located on an Isuzu Trooper?
On a Isuzu Trooper the OBD2 port can be located under the dashboard on the driver's side, inside the plastic cover. You need to pull out the plastic cover.
What is the difference between OBD, OBD2, and OBD-II?
OBD stands for Onboard diagnostic system. OBD-II is the correct name, but sometimes it is referred to as OBD2.
OBD-II is found on all 1996 and newer Isuzu vehicles sold in the US. In Europe all 2000 and newer Isuzu vehicles have an OBD-II port.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the car have to be running to use an OBD2 Scanner?
- You must turn the ignition on or have the car running based on the instructions in the manual. Failure to comply with the instructions from the manual might corrupt the scanning software.
What is the difference between a scanner and a code reader?
- A code reader is a simplified version of a scan tool, but it's only capable of performing basic scans of trouble codes. A scan tool can read and clear trouble codes, and it may also provide advanced data reading and playback features, knowledge bases, and diagnostic procedures.