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Hello,I have a "95 ZJ 4.0 and am having trouble locating the OBD port. I looked under the steering wheel, where I"ve been told it is located, but did not find it. Anyone have any suggestions as to where else it may be? Also, does anyone know for sure whether my year Jeep used OBD I or OBD II?Also, lately it seems like the ZJ wants to stall at times, and that other times the the acceleration is not as potent as others... Like either there is a loss of power, or the transmission just doesn"t want to go. It doesn"t make any funny sounds or anything. Any suggestions as to what I should be on the look out for?Thank you in advance for your help.
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