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Can i pull an engine code from my 2005 chevy duramax (2500HD) without a code reader?

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Unfortunately you can not.

Older GM vehicles with OBDI (pre '95) you could.

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    Jeremy W. May 03, 2011

    I should add that you can give your local auto parts store a call and see if they can read codes for you. Most times they will do this for free.

    Post the codes and I, or another expert, will be more than happy to assist you further.

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