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1994 Honda Accord: Need to pull trouble codes

My 94 Accord Check Engine is on. In the manual it states that i need to use a jumper wire with the wire connector on the passenger side. What exactly is a jumper wire?

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Stick a peace of wire in the connector, make sure each end is inside the connector. once you do that you may have to count the blinking light

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