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When we put it on the machine to read the computer, nothing happen. what is wrong with it.

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If the OBD-II scanner will not read codes from the computer, or communicate with it, the computer could be bad or the wiring to the OBD-II connector is bad.

What symptoms are you having?

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You must check your fuses under the hood, usually one is blown that feeds power to that plug

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    Mkay Edwards Jan 26, 2011

    Ok i have the same problem I have checked fuse replaced it but still not working.
    Can someone show the wiring for the obd. Please

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