Where is the 2015 Honda CR-V’s OBD port location?

My 2015 Honda CR-V has been running like a champ since day one, until now anyway. I see the dreaded “check engine light.” A friend lent me his OBD-II scanner, but I don’t know what this thing does. Where is the 2015 Honda CR-V’s OBD port location, to plug this in?

Matt Terzi · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
To find your Honda CR-V’s OBD port, you will need to get down somewhat low in the car. It’s located beneath the steering wheel and above the accelerator (gas) pedal. You’ll find it in the area where the dash trim and the center trim come together. It’s hidden away a bit, but it’s there.
The OBD port is a small rectangular box with sixteen small rectangular plug holes—eight on top and eight on the bottom. In the 2015 Honda CR-V, the OBD port has a soft gray color.
It’s good to remember for the future that OBD ports are almost always located under the steering wheel, though sometimes you’ll find them on the passenger side under the dashboard.
Make sure you write down any codes the OBD-II scanner reports to you. You’ll want to research those codes to determine what’s going on with your car. You may also want to read our guide on
how to read your car’s OBD codes
, as well as our guide explaining
what your check engine warning light means
We hope this guide helped you find your Honda CR-V’s OBD port location, and that whatever issue your car is reporting ends up being minor. Best of luck!
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