Where is the 2006 Chrysler 300 OBD port located?

Last year, I was ripped off by a mechanic, so this year, I bought a new OBD2 scanner to check what’s wrong with my car before I ever take it to a professional. However, I can’t find the port to use it. Where is the OBD port located on a 2006 Chrysler 300?

Mary Alice Morris · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Knowing how to use an OBD scanner and how to
understand car OBD codes
is a great way to stay on top of your car’s needs and problems. Bonus: that advanced knowledge will help you avoid the runaround from an unscrupulous mechanic. To find your
Chrysler 300
OBD port, simply look right above the pedals on the driver’s side.
It’s a bit of an awkward position to get into, but once you’re positioned to see the base of your brake pedal, you should be able to easily spot the OBD port. Just plug your scanner in and then look over any error codes you get to find out how your car is doing!
You don’t have to wait for your
check engine warning light
to come on to use your OBD scanner. You can plug it in from time to time just to check for any errors before they become noticeable. Once you’ve pulled a code, you can go to a mechanic or a dealership ready to tell them exactly what’s wrong with your vehicle!
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