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I have a '95 and read that only '96s have the OBDII connector. I don't know the difference in looks in the two and am curious if mine might be a OBDII simply because they may have began doing them in the '95s. Could somebody post a pic or link me to the connectors so I know what my truck's got. :popc1:

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OBD1 test port connector will be under the hood.

OBD2 test port connector will be in the cab under the glove box.
 

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Right, as Sackman wrote; and fyi;

OBD1 test port connector will be under the hood. Depiction by Fireguy50


OBD2 test port connector will be in the cab under & to da right of the glove box.

Boss Has a cord plugged into it (end rolled up on tranny hum carpet) in this pic
 

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Fantastic, thanks guys. I'll check out my truck and see which one I really do have
 

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Right. use clip or jumper wire...to pull Codes Post any Codes found here;

and do the KOEO = Key On Engine Off portion first

& Remember to have engine @ Normal Operating Temperature before doing the KEY ON ENGINE RUNNING (KOER) portion

Turn OFF all lights, accessories (radio, GPS, etc.)

btw, did that E Brake Adjustment Link work out ok for you? because I didn't see any reaction to it in your post.
 

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Right. use clip or jumper wire...to pull Codes Post any Codes found here;

and do the KOEO = Key On Engine Off portion first

& Remember to have engine @ Normal Operating Temperature before doing the KEY ON ENGINE RUNNING (KOER) portion

Turn OFF all lights, accessories (radio, GPS, etc.)

btw, did that E Brake Adjustment Link work out ok for you? because I didn't see any reaction to it in your post.
I honestly didn't try the adjustment according to the link yet. I made a little 1" bracket to make it long enough that I bolted to the equalizer to make it work before I saw the adjustment link posted. It's not as tight as normal though, so I know it's not perfect. I'm going to go take off the bracket and try the adjustment method that was posted to see if that makes it work the right way in the next few days. Just been too busy with work and such lately.
 

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Hi guys, I'm a newbie here and need help. I posted this on the pickup forum too, no reply yet. I bought a 5.0 from a 2000 explorer to put in my 94 F150.
1) is it worth trying to keep the newer top end & modify the installation for air intake, etc?
2) Just treat it as a "Long block" & use all my 94 stuff?
I can get anything I want off the Explorer, wiring ECM etc. If I should do the newer setup, what do I need to do?
Tks in advance for any help!!
PS- did a search & nothing came up for "OBD2 into OBD1", scuse my ignorance if the answer is already here
 

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Hi guys, I'm a newbie here and need help. I posted this on the pickup forum too, no reply yet. I bought a 5.0 from a 2000 explorer to put in my 94 F150.
1) is it worth trying to keep the newer top end & modify the installation for air intake, etc?
2) Just treat it as a "Long block" & use all my 94 stuff?
I can get anything I want off the Explorer, wiring ECM etc. If I should do the newer setup, what do I need to do?
Tks in advance for any help!!
PS- did a search & nothing came up for "OBD2 into OBD1", scuse my ignorance if the answer is already here
Isn't a '94 a obd2 already? :shrug
 

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I got a 95 f150 here that is OBDII. In Cal they came out earlier.

Regarding the explorer, if you have the fuel harness, wire harness, and EEC you should be good.

However I am swapping an OBDII 5.8L into my OBDI bronco, and there is FAR less under dash electronics than is in my OBDII donor, so I believe there is more work you must do. I will get back to this thread when I know more for sure, or you can follow the post I'm being helped on http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum...3842-sd-maf-swap-questions-2.html#post6681610
 

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Pic of OBD I connector. Forum won't let me upload yet - so here is off site photo.

 
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