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Old 02-03-2010, 11:46 AM   #25 (permalink)
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It's a 1996... the title says so.

And no, it's not. There are 2002 F-series trucks that still have OBD-1 on them. It depends on the weight designation of the vehicle, and I don't remember the cutoff point for it.

EDIT - Turns out that, in theory, anyway, some 1996 150's were OBD-I, and others were OBD-II. It all depends on where it was made, and what parts they were using up at the time, being the end of a generation.

Mine is an 11/95, which means it could still be OBD-I.
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