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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a generic code reader
everyone needs one
You can not how ever get MFG Codes
only those starting with PO
You should have instructions with it
You usually only have 2 buttons
One button cycles thru data & the
other clears or resets the MIL Lamps
Turn key on & write down any codes,
as you push the left button ,I believe
to cycle thru them
Then start engine & see if they are still there
& the same
Then use the other button to clear them
& road test,to see what comes back
The manual won't help much
Give me the codes or look on the
internet. Just put OBD2 & the code #
in search engine.
Posted on Jun 10, 2011
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