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Retrieve codes I need to know if you can jumper the 10 and ground pins to retrieve codes on the 95 mazda millenia. I know you can do this for the 95 mx-6, but didn't want to try w/out asking. Also is there a page that translates the malf codes to the specific problem? Thx in advance brian

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    erroneous OBD codes

  • iqtoys Dec 12, 2008

    How about the incode for key programming?



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No. It is an OBD2 configured control system.First year production with a lot of fuel trim problems. codes can be retrieved with generic obd2 scan tools or ford's star2 tester. These cars are noted for setting oxygen senser codes if started with battery in poor contition.

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