You will have an OBD2 connector, it has to be within 2 foot of the steering wheel, and easily accessible. They are often covered with a clip off cover, or could be under the dashboard - have a nose about. You are looking for a rectangular plug that looks like this.
Being 2006 you need to also bear in mind that your car is also probably using the CAN protocol.
Yup, you have one. All above '96 (I think) have it. Must be within a meter of the steering column like UKOBD said. Sometimes you must remove a few panels to get there, but it should be "easily accessable" as per the standard.
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Can someone tell me how do i analyze the OBD information recieved from ECU?
I am using CAN interface and i need to analyse the different data (DTC, Freeze frame ..) and display the recieved information using display interface.
So how do i analyse different types of data recieved from ECU ?