Question about 1992 Buick Park Avenue
No, your GM product is OBD I and uses an ALDL Assembly Line Data Link connector in about the same place as most newer connectors under the dash. this system is only standardized to each carmaker(GM,Chrysler, and FoMoCo). There is a way to get the two digit codes With a paperclip, but I don't remember haven't had that car(88 SkyHawk) in 12 years.
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