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Looking for OBD I Code Reader for 1995 SAAB 900SE v6

Would anyone know where one could buy an OBD1 reader that would work for a 1995 SAAB 900SE v6?

I’ve been looking on eBay, Amazon and online auto parts with no luck
Any help would be much appreciated

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