If you're looking for the OBD2 pin-out on the vehicles end (female) then it the interface type and pin population will vary from vehicle make to vehicle make. In order to tell you'll have to start by locating the OBD-II Connector.
I'm going to assume since you're asking about this you know where to find this connector
The connector has metallic contacts in most of the pin-outs, with two rows of eight pin-outs each. You will have to make a close inspection of this pin-out configuration and from here you should be able to verify the protocol being used by this vehicle. There are three communication protocols
Identifying OBD-II Communication Protocols
SAE J1850 VPW (Variable Pulse Modulation): Used in most General Motors vehicles and light trucks. Look for metallic contacts populating pins #2, #4, #5 and #16. Pin-out #10 should be empty.
SAE J1850 PWM (Pulse Width Modulation): Used in Ford vehicles. Check for metallic contacts in pin #2, #4, #5, #10 and #16.
ISO 9141-2 Used in Chrysler vehicles and most imports. Populated pins should include #4, #5, #7, #15 and #16.
NOTE: Variations do exist among certain models that are manufactured and branded as American, but are actually derivatives of German or Asian imports, for example. In this case, the vehicle might follow the ISO 9141-2 standard.
Once you've identified the Communication Protocol you will be able to determine much more about how the vehicle communicates to the mechanic.