Where is the OBD-II port located?
Where to find the OBD2 port, when trying to connect a scanner to your Mercedes-Benz.
The OBD II port is located under the dashboard, driver’s side. Look under the dash, over by the brake pedal.
Here is an example of where it is located.
In some cases the OBD-II port has a cover that you need to open in order to locate the port. The port is usually located inside the vehicle passenger compartment. Depending on the make and model, it may or may not be easy to locate. In some models it is located in the center console or on the passenger side of dash.
All vehicles sold in the United States from 1996 and after were mandated to haven an OB II diagnostic port installed by the manufacturer. The port on the car it typically black or white.
If you are having a difficult time locating the OBD II port use the OBDII port locator here.
Locating the OBD-II port on your car is easy. In order to troubleshoot your car, you will need a diagnostic scanner. Here is the list of the best-selling OBD-II scanners that you can use.
To reset the Check Engine Light / Service Engine Soon Light all you need is a $15 dollar scanner. Any of these top rated scanners on Amazon will work: OBDii OBD2 scanner read reset.
If you need to reset the SRS, Airbag, ABS, Transmission and the rest of control units on your Mercedes-Benz, you will need a more advanced scanner such as the Launch Creader Viii.
Guide Applicable for these Mercedes-Benz models