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Is there a connector so that the check engine light can be diagnosed?

I have a 1993 Subaru Legacy. Just replaced the manual transmission. Don't remember if the "Check Engine" light had been coming on or not. Don't think so. It's on now though. The Auto Zone rep said that the 1993 models did not have a jack to connect too. Does anyone else know different? If it does where is located?

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Its under the steering wheel. Two black wires that are apart. Should be pushed together to check

Posted on May 30, 2009

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You absolutely need an auto electrician on that!

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