The 16-pin diagnostic link connector (DLC) should be located in the passanger or driver’s compartment, under the steering wheel.
STEP 2: Turn ON Car Ignition and Then Plug in ELM327 Bluetooth Scan Tool into Cars Port
FIRST Turn ON cars ignition (one position before engine starts). And then…
Plug ELM327 Bluetooth scanner into cars connector.
The “Add Bluetooth Device Wizard will appear:
Check the “My Device is set up and ready to be found” check box, then click the “Next” button.
Click on “CAN OBDII” (may also show up as “CBT”). Then click “Next”.
Select “Use the passkey found in the documentation“.
Select “Enter the device’s pairing code”
Then click “Next”.
If “6789″ doesn’t work, then try “1234″ or “0000″.
Once it’s setup, the wizard will display the COM port numbers:
Write down the number of the Outgoing COM port. You will need it later to configure the diagnostics software.
Now you can successfully use any OBD2 diagnostics software!
And it should read your car’s data.