Yes, it is the transitional year.i've always thought it was the transitional year where some of them were obdI and some had switched to obdII
Yes, it is the transitional year.
In 1995 manufacturers gave some models OBDII capabilities, while others were kept OBDI. Whether a vehicle was equipped with OBDI or OBII varied between models but not within a specific model. Some car models with OBDI were given extra capabilites that would be seen in the following year when ALL vehicles were required to have OBDII data. Primarily the ability to monitor and/or test certain systems that you would otherwise not be able to observe or only be able to monitor, with a pure OBDI network.
95 Mx6's are all the same as far as OBD is concerned. They're all OBDI.