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OBD-II location...?

Total ne u-b question... Gonna do the 2* advance on my truck today.... where is the comp. plug in for the ecu? Engine bay or in the cab?
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2nd gen Frontiers are under the dash, driver's side in front of your right knee. 1st gen not sure.


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Sorry, mine is the 2nd gen. truck. So under my key(starter) pretty much then?
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Sorry, mine is the 2nd gen. truck. So under my key(starter) pretty much then?
If you were to lay on the floor of your truck looking up under the dash on the driver's side you can't miss it. Nothing covering it or hiding it, it's readily accessible.


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Sweet... Thanks dude. Can't wait to do this tonight. I lucked out too, my boss has a mini Mac tools OBD-II scan gauge. Need less to say, I yanked it from him for the day.

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Sweet... Thanks dude. Can't wait to do this tonight. I lucked out too, my boss has a mini Mac tools OBD-II scan gauge. Need less to say, I yanked it from him for the day.

thanks again.
No Prob, good luck.
Now, if I could just get somebody around here that had the equipment to bump mine 2 degrees.


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Hopefully I get the added beni's as almost every one else on this site. Can't wait.
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Hopefully I get the added beni's as almost every one else on this site. Can't wait.
Sure rub it in. LOL.


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sorry... : (
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Sweet... Thanks dude. Can't wait to do this tonight. I lucked out too, my boss has a mini Mac tools OBD-II scan gauge. Need less to say, I yanked it from him for the day.

thanks again.

i dont think you can bump your timing with that. I am almost positive that you need a consult II or the Uprev software.

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