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    obd-II on a chrysler neon

    hi all any one know if a chrysler neon year 2000 model in the uk is odbii complient or not iam not sure as all the websites with deatils on odbii only list the dodge neon models. thanks for your help

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    if it's post 1996 it should be OBD-II complient...at least in the states that's the way it is.

    Can you see the port under the dash?

    It should be a two row port. A pic of it will help us determine.
    Jan Bennett
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    , also check this link

    http://www.auterraweb.com/obdiipinout.html

    That should tell you based on the pin's what protocol you might have, most likely if you have the connector then the neon should support ISO-9141.

    Paul
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