Question about 1995 Volkswagen Jetta
Check engine light is on steady. Using the following procedure: Turn iginition key to ON, don't start. Jumper betweeen pins 4&15 on the plug located behind plastic cover next to ash tray. Hold jumper in place for 4 seconds. When jumper removed the codes should flash. All I get is after 4 seconds the light goes out and don't get any codes. Is the procedure I'm using wrong or did I skip a step???
That only works on old OBD 1 computers - unhook your battery for a couple hours - that might put your computer back to default and you can take it to auto zone and have them scan your computer for free.
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