Where is the 2007 Toyota Prius OBD port location?

My mom recently handed down her 2007 Toyota Prius to me, but I’ve been noticing some issues while driving it that may be related to the battery. I want to use an OBD scanner to investigate. Where is the OBD port in a 2007 Prius?

Kaitlin May · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Exploring the issue on your own is a commendable way to go! To find the OBD port in a 2007
Toyota Prius
, look under the steering wheel, just above the pedals.
If this is your first rodeo with Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC), you’ll need to purchase an OBD-II scanner and brush up on
how to understand car OBD codes
. You should be able to find one for about $50 online, and you’ll need to plug it into the 16-pin connector.
These codes can be tricky for even experienced car connoisseurs to read, so don’t hesitate to
take your car to a mechanic
for some expert
car repair
If the battery is the culprit behind your car troubles, you’ll need to look for the P0A80 DTC. With an old Prius, it might be best to replace the battery. You can always consult your mechanic before making that call, though!
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