Question about 1995 Eagle Summit
I have a 1995 Eagle Summit 2 door coupe with a 1.8 and recently the "check engine light" came on. I have taken the car to four different ASE certified shops including the dealer and no one can get a reading on their scanners. It has an OBDII system and half way through their scan test it has a message that says there is a link error. Is there another way to get the computer codes without going through the OBDII system? The connector has 16 pins but only 6 wires going to it. I have also used a volt meter so I could count the number of sweeps but I just get a voltage reading and no sweeps. I am at a loss here and would greatly appreciate any help or ideas you could give me.
Thank You. D.Buckner
Annoyingly, the '95s have the OBD II connector, but are not OBD II compliant. With the ignition off, ground the top pin on the wide side of the port (pin #1). Turn on ignition (don't start it), the check engine light will flash 2 digit codes in order, then repeat.
Eagle OBD Trouble Codes
Posted on Dec 03, 2015
If you still get this answer..I am a nurse..inherited my parents 1995 Eagle and the check engine light has been on for years. They took it to garages too and they said the car is fine!
Posted on Apr 11, 2013
I do it but no thing, is really anormal, when I try just to accelerate is going to variate. I mean up and down
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
I know on the Talon model, if you cycle the ignition switch ON OFF ON OFF ON within 5 seconds, then the power loss/check engine light will flash out the ALDL trouble codes with a 4 second pause in between each trouble code as follows:-
lets say for instance trouble codes 23 and 45 were stored. They would be displayed like this:-
lamp illuminates for 2 to 3 seconds as a bulb check then goes out
lamp then flashes 2 times, pauses, then flashes 3 times
4 second pause
lamp flashes 4 times, pauses, then flashes 5 times.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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