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  1. Hey guys I just purchased my 1991 Nissan pathfinder VG30E 5 speed manual 2WD I'm super into 90's Nissan's and I'm currently rebuilding a 93 240sx. I have a Nissan consult I've used for years to diagnose issues with my 240 and TOTALLY expected to find a consult plug on the pathfinder....I can't. I have looked high and low. removed panels, pulled out switches above the fuse box on the dash, I have spent an hour outside ripping my truck apart looking for this thing and I can't find it. I even checked online several times, I also have a PDF FSM and looked in that.... I can't find the damn port. But I know the port was used on EFI engines starting in 1988, 4 years prior to mine.. Where is this damn thing. Thank you

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