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would a 95 disty fit into a 96? just wondering because the obd situation. it's for an ls.
 

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Edit yes it should. 93 & 94 were the ones with OBD-I. All the rest are OBD- II (95-97)
 

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^ what month was your car made in? I think from what I've heard/read is that the late model 95's (if that makes sense) are OBD-II...early model 95's are the opposite. Or am I mistakenses? :confused:
 

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I see. Good thing you are around to correct my bad advice lol. :rolleyes:

My mx6 knowledge bank is getting there though. })
 

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i heard the same thing, late model 95s were obd2. I just asked the guy if it was obd2 or 1. i'll find out.
 

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95 is the 'grey' area where the transistion took place. You need to look at the wiring colours and plugs for clarification, also you should find no.6 plug lead in at the bottom(early dist) or top(late dist)
 

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I'm sure some model 95s were ob2. For the Nissan Maximas- 95-99 usdm 4th gens were all obd2, but you can't compare nissan to mazdas.
 

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late 95's were obd II. Late being cars produced around mid year 95. Also 95 model years produced in 94 did not have the brake caliper fix applied and suffer from the sticky rear calipers :(
 
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