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Posted on Aug 28, 2008
i have run into this before on cheap scan tools for some reason they dont always read the codes. find some one that has a OTC or snap-on . there is a reason these tools cost 3-4 thousand dollars.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
This info is from the tech manual.....because you have a 16-pin DTC connector, you have the OBD II system in your car. This is cut and pasted info from the tech manual:
Fig. 2: A Tech 1® , or equivalent scan tool must be used to retrieve codes from 1996–00 models with the 16-pin DLC connector
If you look on your doorjamb and read the sticker, it will tell you the year of your car...and if it was manufactured AFTER a certain month, then you have the 96 model...and from what you are saying, you have a 96 model because it has the 16-pin connector and not the 12-pin connector that the 95 and earlier had.
Reading Codes OBD-I SYSTEMS
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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