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Old 09-25-2007, 09:34 AM
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Default OBD Port Location?

Was not able to find the OBD Port. I read it should be down by the gas pedal. Did not see. Any suggestions? Also, can you help me with the temp sensor location? Is there more than one?

It's a 98 Discovery I.

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OBD2 port in under the steering column.
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Temp sensor is located just under where your top radiator hose connects. There is the temp sending unit, and the temp switch for the AUX electric fans. You also have a temp sensor for the fuel on the driver's side of the fuel rail, and an air temp sensor on the airbox.
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Old 09-25-2007, 10:38 PM
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Default RE: OBD Port Location?

Thanks guys, I found it. It was really tucked up there. I cleared the temp code and checked the connections on the temp sensor. The gauge seems to be reading more normal, but I'll keep an eye on it.

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If you are getting hot, it is not good!!! You can drop a sleeve fast.

Make sure your coolant levels are good and if you are losing any, find out where.
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