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Old Fri, Mar-12-2010, 05:53:28 PM   #1
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Default obd1 or obd2

how do i find out what my car is? 97 m3
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It's OBD2. OBD 1 was 95' and earlier. Maybe some 96's... not sure though. But I do know 97 is OBD2 because mine is a 97... :P
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95 obd1 3.0
96+ obd2 3.2
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