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Obd-1 codes for 1995 vw cabrio
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THis is common Too common. As I posted before.
As I posted in the Passat questions.
The jetta may slightly differ.
Yes. If your window has fallen down and will not roll up.
99% Chance you car is suffering the Infamous VW plastic clip.
The door panel comes off With a T-10 torx or a Hex (Allen) wrench
that will fit and A large Philips Screw Driver..
Remove the Plastic cover on the inside Door handle.
And the Screw or Screw along the Bottom of the door panel.
Then remove the screws that hold the handle the the door.
They are located behind the Plastic plate you removed with a tiny screw driver earlier... Be careful not the mark up the cover whaytprying it up. It is best to pry from underneath. Where marks if made can not be seen
After the screws are out 4 I believe. The Use of a CLip tool ir best.
For getting behind the panel to pop it off. A screw driver will work.
After all the clips are released. Pull the light at the bottom of the panel down and out. Disconnect it ur push it back thought the hole it came from..
Now you need a 10mm socket, or wrench to remove the 12 bolts that hold the metal plate to the Door. Remove all the 10mm bolts, If the widow has not already fallen in the door. It should be released. By removing the Black 2" plugs. THe loosen the bolts that clamp the window the the arms. DO NOT LOOSEN THEM ALL the way, .
Disconect the all the wiring.. THe Door lock cable,can be a pain.
I think it pulls down,.
Next remove the Metal plate. that is the regulator.
reverse to install
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
You'll have to bring your car to the dealer with proof of registration proving the car is yours. They should be able to get the code right there for you
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
On 95–98 models, to access DTC memory using the MIL, the SCS 2 pin connector is located under the righthand side of the instrument panel. Place ignition switch in the On position to begin MIL flash code diagnosis.
Simply connect the two pins (a paper clip is most often used to do this) before you turn the switch on, then turn the switch to the ON position and your MIL will flash the codes.
This URL lists the codes for OBD I:
SOME 95 vehicles had the SCS on the left hand side of the Glove compartment, under the dash. Usually the connector was blue. See pic, although I don't think this applies to your vehicle.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
Hello, and welcome to FIxYa.
To erase the check engine light on a 1994 Camry, open the hood, and, in the engine compartment fuse box, remove the blue 15 amp EFI fuse for one minute. This will clear the codes. If you have a hard code; ie a malfunctioning sensor, the light will come right back on.
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Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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