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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will have to use a "reader". All vehicles manufactured after 1995 are termed OBDII (Onboard Diagnostics II) and the diagnostics can only be accessed with a OBDII reader. Prior to 1996, OBDI vehicles could "flash" fault codes on the check engine light. The good news is that many retail auto parts stores will let you use their reader right in the parking lot!
Please do a little research on the codes you do find before you purchase a replacement part. The problem might be a bad connection to a sensor(s), worn sparkplug(s) / wire(s) or simply a dirty air cleaner.
Good luck, rhais.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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