It's OBD I. OBD II was used on 1996 and up models, but yours is close enough that it may have an OBD II connection. You can check to see if it has an OBD II DLC (data link connector) by finding the hookup for a diagnostic computer. If it is located within 12" of the steering wheel, usually under the dash, and has 16 pins, it can interface w/an OBD II scanner. Mercedes and (possibly) Porsche have a proprietary DLC in some other location (underhood, often times), but those cars are still retrofitted with an OBD II-style DLC.

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