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I have a 1995 Mercury Villager with the Check Engine light

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I have a 1995 Mercury Villager with the "Check Engine" light on. I'm trying to find the location of the ECU connector so that I can get the code.
Second problem is I'm still not sure if this vehicle is ODB1 or ODB2 compliant. I purchase an ODB1 code reader but it didn't include the 1995 villager. Was the 95 Quest (hence 95 villager) already OBD2?
Thanks in advance for your help.

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Your 1995 Data link connector is inside the interior fuse panel and it is considered OBD 1 and you will new a New Generation Star Tester to read the code. The hand held OBD2 will not work.

 

 

 

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Ron,

Awesome! Thanks a million.

I'll try to find a New Generation Star tester, however I was going to try the Equus 3145 Digital Ford Code Reader from my local auto part store even though the supposedly don't work for 1995 Villager.

http://www.equus.com/product_info.php?product_id=3145&category_id=1_10_3

Either way, you got me on the right path. Great site - I'll be back.
Your very welcome. Thank you as well.