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Old 01-27-2015, 12:35 PM   #1
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Where's my OBD II port

I know this has been asked of other models before but I can't locate my OBD port on my 2010 Itasca Suncruiser. I have a scan gauge to hook up but can't find the port. I know it's under the dash someplace but can't locate it. I called Winnebago service and he said it is in a wire loom up under the dash tied up. He said it isn't a fixed plug but on a wire loom. All I can do is feel round up under there but have had no luck yet. Can anyone give me a hint?


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Old 01-27-2015, 07:27 PM   #2
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I know this has been asked of other models before but I can't locate my OBD port on my 2010 Itasca Suncruiser. I have a scan gauge to hook up but can't find the port. I know it's under the dash someplace but can't locate it. I called Winnebago service and he said it is in a wire loom up under the dash tied up. He said it isn't a fixed plug but on a wire loom. All I can do is feel round up under there but have had no luck yet. Can anyone give me a hint?


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Borrow your wifes hand mirror, then use a flashlight to mirror it's light up under the dash. This allows you to see up behind the dash. Most are on the left/port side of steering column somewhere. Of course, now you have both hands occupied and can't free it from what's holding it up there, but at least you can hopefully find it.
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Old 01-27-2015, 09:29 PM   #3
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I know this has been asked of other models before but I can't locate my OBD port on my 2010 Itasca Suncruiser. I have a scan gauge to hook up but can't find the port. I know it's under the dash someplace but can't locate it. I called Winnebago service and he said it is in a wire loom up under the dash tied up. He said it isn't a fixed plug but on a wire loom. All I can do is feel round up under there but have had no luck yet. Can anyone give me a hint?


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IF you have a Workhorse chassis, the OBD II port is between the PB release handle and the steering column and just forward of the edge of the dash. It may have a rubber cap, and it is a small trapezoid shape. It is hardmounted, not hanging from a wire loom as you were told by somebody that apparently does not know much.
There is a round plug with a cap very near to the OBD ll.

It is directly in front of your left knee, when seated in the driving position.

If you are on a Ford F53 chassis, none of the above may apply.
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Old 01-28-2015, 04:01 AM   #4
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I have a Ford. Should have mentioned that.
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Old 01-29-2015, 09:37 AM   #5
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I have a Ford. Should have mentioned that.
In that case, why not seek answer in the Ford chassis forum. You can ask the mods to MOVE this thread there.
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On ours I ended up removing the shroud that covers the steering column. Once I found the port I don't think I could have plugged into it without removing the shroud.
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On ours I ended up removing the shroud that covers the steering column. Once I found the port I don't think I could have plugged into it without removing the shroud.

I removed the shroud but still can't find it. It's gotta be there someplace!
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I finally found my OBD port. It is on the right side of the steering column in a fixed location. Winnebago told me to look on the left side and that it was not fixed but tied up in a bundle of wires.


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