I am back on the market for an SC300, and have a quick question.
Is a 1996 SC300 OBD1 or 2? I have plans to swap it and I do not want to have any issues when it comes time for emissions.
Here in AZ, if it is OBD1 they do the "sniffer test" essentially much easier for swapped vehicles as long as you are within the accepted emission standards (hydrocarbons readings etc.)
OBD2 is when they plug in the emissions computer to the vehicle inside and check to make sure there are no CEL or codes.
I have swapped vehicles in the past before but just want to make sure what I am up against on a 1996.
***I regret selling my last SC, hopefully I'll be back in one soon