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960 OBDII Compliant?

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Old Jan 14th, 2019, 12:14   #1
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Default 960 OBDII Compliant?

Hi guys. This may have been covered before but I was unable to find anything.
I know the later 940s have a port in the centre console labelled OBD although they're not compliant with OBDII readers (DIY flashbox required).

Just wondering if this applies to a late 960 as well? The port in the centre console clearly says "OBDII", and as they're pretty much a FWD car (with modular engine etc.) does this extend to the OBD?
Pretty sure similar age V70 is compliant but just seeing if the 960 is before I get a reader/app for my iPad dash shenanigans.

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Old Jan 14th, 2019, 12:27   #2
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They can be read with a normal OBD reader
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