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#1 Dennis

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Posted 25 September 2009 - 01:00 PM

Would i be right in thinking that my 2007 Fiesta 1.4tdci van is NOT obd2 compliant. The socket is present but there is no sticker under bonnett and no mention in either the handbook or the Haynes manual. I have been told that it is possible it is not.

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#2 10corsham

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Posted 25 September 2009 - 01:50 PM

Would i be right in thinking that my 2007 Fiesta 1.4tdci van is NOT obd2 compliant. The socket is present but there is no sticker under bonnett and no mention in either the handbook or the Haynes manual. I have been told that it is possible it is not.


Hello
I am reasonably newbie too.
Can you tell me what obd2 compliant means?
Also, which Haynes Manual are you referring to? Is there a Haynes Manual for the new mk 7 Fiesta? I didnít think one was available.

Many thanks for any info on this

#3 TurboZutek

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Posted 25 September 2009 - 08:09 PM

The odb2 interface was made compulsory in Europe (for Diesels) in 2004.

So I'd be willing to bet: YES. :D

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