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Where is the input on my car?

I know next to the hood release there is a 16 PIN OBD II input but this is all I found. I also checked under the in-cabin air filter and where here is a (small) battery and the opposite side (driver’s side) where there is a fuse box.

Can someone also include pics, will make things easier.

Please assist, thanks in advance for any help!!!
 

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This is it 16 pin OBDII next to the hood release is where you plug SDS; you probably do not have right diagnostic cable.
 

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This is it 16 pin OBDII next to the hood release is where you plug SDS; you probably do not have right diagnostic cable.
I have the whole set of cables but the only input I found on the car was 16 PIN OBD II

Here are the cables that I have:
16 PIN OBD II cable
38 PIN cable
14 PIN cable
4 PIN cable
RS232 TO RS485 Cable
PCMCIA TO RS232 Card

Can you tell me where the other inputs are?

Thanks!
 

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That is the only one used on the W211s. The ODB II cable to the mux and the mux to the serial port of the computer running DAS/Xentry.
 

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That is the only one used on the W211s. The ODB II cable to the mux and the mux to the serial port of the computer running DAS/Xentry.
Really, oh ok. Happy that I’m not crazy! So I would be able to work on things like the SBC system from the ODB II, correct?

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Correct, but follow the WIS instructions that should be installed with the other MB software on the computer.
Since the C3 and C4 clones have gotten to be popular people really need to understand
how powerful the tool is. It is also complex.
You should have Xentry Sim in the list of programs. Practice with that so you get used
to the interface of the software.
 

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Correct, but follow the WIS instructions that should be installed with the other MB software on the computer.
Since the C3 and C4 clones have gotten to be popular people really need to understand
how powerful the tool is. It is also complex.
You should have Xentry Sim in the list of programs. Practice with that so you get used
to the interface of the software.
Noodles, you are the man!!! THANKS A LOT!
 
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