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ObdII reader wont connect to my 98 dodge durango 5.2 is there any other ways to check the codes?

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  • jerbear2143 Dec 09, 2009

    i turned it on then off and the third time of turning it on left it on and the odometer didnt show any codes just the milage.



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Yes , you never need a scanner with any dodge products. Just put the key in the ignition. Turn the key on and off three time ..leave it on the on position and watch the odometer. it will say the code.

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