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Hello, everyone. In my second car, a 2004 Civic Hybrid, the OBDii connector is not supplying power when I plug my reader in. It worked just a few days ago; I also tested the reader in another car, and it lit right up. I looked inside the fuse box of the Civic but could not determine which fuse supplies power to the port. Can anyone help? Thanks.
 

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Found it

OK, it's in the fuse box under the steering column, a 7.5 amp ("Meter"). Really hard to get it, unless you have tiny fingers.
 

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Does it read IMA functions? If not don't need it.
 

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I know that. I was responding to a thread (commercial) that was advertising a OBD reader. Looks like the monitors deleated that post.

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That is correct.

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Thats OK, Sam was just messing with me. The commercial post was posted about three minutes before my response.

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I never meet such situation. To be honest, you need to pay attention on use mathods. But, the most important thing is that you should choose a good OBD2 scanner. What a great product is depends on your demends. As for me, I think Launch CRP123 is my best choice. I have used it for a long time. It worth a try.
 
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