OBD stands for On-Board Diagnostics, and it is an automotive term that refers to a vehicle's self-diagnostic and reporting capability. An OBD port is like a plug that allows diagnostic devices, such as Bouncie, to be inserted into your vehicle to monitor vehicle activity and diagnose issues. It's the same port that mechanics use to check to your vehicle when they assess it for issues. 

Just plug Bouncie into your vehicle’s OBD port, which is usually found under the driver’s side dash near the steering column. Some vehicles may require the removal of a small plastic cover to access the OBD port.

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