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Can't recharge my conlog meter


BEC33 User Manual - Scribd

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Mar 29, 2009 - BEC33 User Manual - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text file (.txt) ... of this serial number is: - the meter was a Conlog meter, made in 1999 ...

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Dash warning light red looks looks like a steering wheel. how to turn off.


you cannot turn the light off, the lights are letting you know that there is some thing wrong with the car and not to drive it unless the service man tell you its okay, the only way to remove or turn off the light is to have cen-tech trilangual code reader that will clear the warning signal.

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Cen tech code reader problems 98568


All OBD Codes are on the internet with
print,charts,video,solutions

You Type your codes & read up

Study OBD 2 Systems also

OBD PO171
OBD PO174

I had to Google Cen Tech as i never heard of it

They appear to be inexpensive low end for sure

You won't get a lot of data out it

If your never planning on going to professional software,
consider the top scan/code reader type tools like Innova Professional or at least mid level Actron & a couple other brands

You really need to see sensors,emission monitors, so
your ready for inspection

You will only get Generic Codes from a code reader
not body functions likes abs,air conditioning,srs,& others

More data is better-- you will learn these systems as time goes by

They have been with us for 35 years now

OBD1 15 years
OBD2 20 years

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No competent tech will do a repair without careful testing...you should not either. The cost of the manual and even a meter is far less than guessing and making mistakes. (and you will use them many times in the future on other problems)
If you need help with anything you find, ask and someone here will help.
Good luck!

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