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Unable to establish a link with the vehicle

Why im i unable to establish a link with the vehicle

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Using a code reader or scan tool ?
You need to have all 16 pins in the under dash
connector in place & working & the tool you use
has to be for the system OBD 1 or 2
1981 thru 1995 OBD1
1996 thru 2014 OBD2

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