Where is the 2000 Honda Accord OBD port location?

My son has become obsessed with fixing cars and just brought home a 2000 Honda Accord that sounds a little rusty. The problem is we can’t find the OBD port to figure out what’s wrong—where’s the OBD port located on a 2000 Honda Accord?

Mariza Morin · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
That’s a great hobby for your son to have! And it’s a fantastic bonding experience for both of you to share. To answer your question, the 2000
Honda Accord
’s OBD port is located under the steering wheel in the fuse box. All vehicles manufactured after 1996 come standard with an OBD-II port as mandated by federal law.
OBD stands for On-Board Diagnostics which is an onboard computer that keeps track of all vital car data, such as mileage, speed, emissions, and much more. The OBD system is connected to your dashboard warning lights that turn on when it detects an issue with your car.
After you find the OBD-II port, you’ll want to use an OBD-II scanner to scan the system for any possible problems with your son’s Accord. Plug the scanner into the 16-pin connector and start diagnosing the problem if you
understand car OBD codes
Not sure what some of these OBD codes mean? If you’re having any issues, you should
take your car to a mechanic
to properly diagnose your son’s 2000 Honda Accord.
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