Where is the 2007 Honda Fit OBD port location?

My nephew needs a reliable car to drive to college, and I found a 2007 Honda Fit for him that’s in good condition. I want to ensure it’s free of mechanical problems, but I want to spare the expenses and scan the car myself. Where is the OBD port in a Honda Fit?

Kaitlin May · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
It sounds like your nephew will fit in well at college with that car! To scan the 2007
Honda Fit
for Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC), you can access the OBD port under the dashboard on the driver’s side of the vehicle. You’ll see it beneath the right side of the steering wheel, just above the gas and brake pedals.
If you have some mechanical chops, you probably already have an OBD-II scanner to get the job done. Even with some background knowledge, it can still be tough to
understand car OBD codes
that could surface during the scan.
If you plug your scanner into the 16-pin connector and find that they’re confusing to decipher, you can always
take your car to a mechanic
to diagnose your Honda Fit’s
car repair
needs. Good luck!
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