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I don't know which fuse powers the OBD port off the top of my head. But if you just use a voltmeter or test light to check ALL the fuses you don't really need to know what specific fuse it is.

Terminal 16 of the port is the power supply. 4 & 5 are the grounds...



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Yea I always tell everyone to check ALL fuses when they have a problem, sometimes things get power on a circuit that doesn't show in the manual. With a multimeter (or test light) you can go thru a whole fuse box in like 30 seconds, you don't even need to pull them, just check power on both sides of the fuse.

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