Question about 1998 Ford Expedition
THE TRUCK RUNS BUT THE CODE READER CANNOT LINK WITH THE TRUCKS COMPUTER
There are different procedures for accessing the data link for reading codes. The cable for one vehicle will be different to another vehicle . Check the code reading specifications to switch on the link
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The only way to find out if it is the code reader or the truck is to plug in another code reader or scan tool and see if it gives you the same results (try this first).
NOTE: Generic OBD code readers will operate ONLY on the Class 2 data link. A true scan tool will operate on BOTH the Class 2 and the UART lines. Accessing the onboard computer system with a scan tool may give you a fault code that indicates that the Class 2 circuits may be malfunctioning.
To diagnose onboard computer network communications malfunctions, the proper equipment that can communicate with the ENTIRE network must be used. Please note that generic OBD code readers cannot perform this function.
Posted on Apr 28, 2012
SOURCE: 98 ford expedition
ok simple enough either you can goto man in charge and i mean the man all the way at the top
or make a formal complaint to the attorney general
ford and other companies sometimes has a policy to deny everything or ignore everything
in this case do what stated above
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: 98 expedition will not start
Your alarm system may have a automatic disable switch that will self activate if it is installed incorrectly. if its hooked up to your ignition system, this can be UN done by, completely removing the alarm system form the truck. also, make sure there are no burned wires that run to the starter as well. check the batt post for corrosion too..
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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