Where is a Honda Pilot’s OBD port location?

Lately, my Honda Pilot’s engine has been misfiring. I don’t have the money to get it fixed yet, but I wanted to use an OBD tool in the meantime to figure out what the problem could be. Where do I plug in the OBD scanner in a Honda Pilot?

Kathryn Mae Kurlychek · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
In most
Honda Pilot
models, the OBD port location is above the gas and brake pedals in the driver’s-side footwell of the vehicle.
Here’s how to find it:
  • Firstly, open your driver’s side door.
  • Locate your gas and brake pedals
  • Look above these pedals and underneath the dashboard trim/steering column of your vehicle (you may have to crouch down to see better!)
The OBD port is typically made of white plastic, which helps it stand out against the color of your pedals and dash trim. Once you’ve found it, all you have to do is plug your OBD scan tool into the port to scan for
trouble codes
in your van!
Keep in mind that the port location may vary slightly depending on the exact model year of your minivan—so if you don’t immediately see the OBD port, you can always refer to your Pilot’s owner’s manual for more details regarding your specific vehicle.
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