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Old 03-04-2010, 02:38 PM   #1
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Unhappy searching for DLC connector is driving me crazy

dear i am done with this seaarch i fadeup. I have tried all the illustrations mentioed over the internet and this site I couldnt find that dammen connector. my car is civic 96 left driver side. can some one give hints to trace that connector wires so i can see where its hiding? (Pictures)
I am ready to do all what you will ask me................... please help me
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Above the driver's kick panel, near the hood release latch:

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I set there for houres searching but its not there!!!
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In the meantime, you can jump the service connector if you wish to pull the trouble codes.
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even though, service connector is not there, i searched everywhere under the dash board. idont know why my car is creapy!!!
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The service connector is located just above the ECU behind the passenger kick panel. It may be inserted into a blue or green rubber holder (for picture, click CEL link in my signature).


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its circled in red.

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The service connector is located just above the ECU behind the passenger kick panel. It may be inserted into a blue or green rubber holder (for picture, click CEL link in my signature).


let me search again, at least now i can see how it looks like.
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its circled in red.

mine is not hanging as your picture. I searched inside for this socket I didnt see it. guys do you have very close picture of DLC connecter, because the illustration photos will not help.
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I will provide you with some pictures of mine and you decide where it should be
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here are some photos I got from my car

I have pulled out the bottom dash of the driver side



this close pic to the fuse box



this is pic taken from the below fuse box



this strange cable attached to the body of the car behind hood handel



close pic of fuse connector



another connector



another one





now i have moved to passenger side I removed the kick panel covering the ECU

I saw somthing hanging over the ECU in green rubber holder ammmm...



I pulled out two sockets,,,, I think these are serivce check connectors I belive...






I think I have found the serivce connector (correct me if i am wrong) But I didnt find DLC
Please help me with this
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Immediately above, the blue connector with 2 wires (brown and black) is the service connector.
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back again, I have found that connectors and I pulled the truble codes 6 and 54
I have replaced all the sensors and now my car is fine :)
thanks to all of you dears.
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I have the same problem, I found the service connector but where is the DLC connector?
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