The vehicle should have an OBD2 system. As you mentioned, that is the year things changed. Also, I went through two manuals, and neither indicated it as OBD1. If it has the OBD2 connector, that should be how it is set up. Just for curiosity, where did you read it had an OBD2 data link connector but was an OBD1 system? I'm really interested in reading it. This could be something I never saw before.
Is the vehicle drivable? Most parts stores will scan it free of charge or even lend you a scan tool to use if it isn't drivable.
Let me know. Also, let me know what symptoms you are experiencing.
Friday, September 2nd, 2022 AT 11:07 PM