Where’s the OBD port on a 1995 Jeep Wrangler?

I’m going to get an OBD reader to scan for error codes on my beloved, broken-down Jeep so I can see if it’s worth fixing. Can you tell me where the OBD port is on a 1995 Jeep Wrangler?

Amber Reed · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Before you get an OBD reader, you might want to make sure you need it! The 1995
Jeep Wrangler
might have an OBD-I system that doesn’t have a port**.
The OBD-II system that cars all have nowadays wasn’t made standard until 1996. Some 1995 Jeeps have them, and some have the older OBD-I system or EEC-IV. If yours has an OBD-I system, then there’s no OBD port location to be found. Rather, your Jeep Wrangler’s check engine light will blink the codes out in an automotive-type morse code after you turn your ignition on and off in a certain pattern.
If your 1995 Jeep Wrangler does have an OBD-II system, you will have a port—but the location had yet to be standardized. Your best bet might be to take your car to an auto parts store that can help you
read car OBD codes
, and see if they can suss out the situation for you.
Don’t be scared to take your Wrangler to a mechanic to help with your
car repairs
! While it may not always be worth it for an older car, it may be worth your sentimental value—best of luck!
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