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Where is the connector to hook up a scan tool on a 2000 D2? My "Service Engine Soon" light was on for about a week. It came on as I was bumping across a rough RR crossing, and went out when I filled the gas tank and reset the trip odometer. Maybe it's just a service reminder? The truck has 63000 miles. Anyway, I'd like to check and see if any codes are stored.

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If the light did not stay on, there were no codes stored.
The plug for the OBDII is under the steering column where your right knee points.
D2's don't have maintance light or reminders like the D1's had.
At 60K there is a huge service, have you had it done yet?
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I didn't get the 60k done; I like to do my own work. I changed the plugs and the air filter. What else does it get? The owner's manual doesn't say anything about maintenance intervals.
 

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I know, you just want to see me write alot.
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Plug wires are not mentioned but they are usually pretty shot at your mileage.
Brake flush
Power Steering flush
Both diffs. and t/case get changed
Transmission service
General inspection, hoses, belts brakes. By the way the belt should have been done at 45,000 miles.
Stuff like that.
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Thanks for the info!
Two of the plug wires looked questionable; I think I'll replace the wires this week, along with the rest of the service items. I bought the truck with 48000 miles on it. It was a Certified Pre-owned from the LR dealer, so I'll assume the belt was replaced (I'll give it a careful look, anyway).

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