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GT OBD location

Hi, Over the weekend I cleaned the egr and butterfly valve, boost sensor due to MCSF. I also took the opportunity to make my own EGR blanking plate with 7mm hole in it

The problem still persists, albeit with slightly better prerformance.

Just realised that the MAF is located under battery tray. Is it best to get it out from underneath? I want to give it a clean.

I have downloaded the free version of the software that a member recommended. I am waiting for my little reader to arrive that connects to laptop via bluetooth.

Had a look round car today, looked in usual spots for the OBD conncettion but can't find it.

Where is it?

Car is 55 reg GT 1.9

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it's on the fusepanel, besides/underneath steering wheel
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it's on the fusepanel, besides/underneath steering wheel
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Its not so easy to see in there but this might help you
http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/alfa-...l#post15094057 (Wiring Lights Location Help!)
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