Re: [DMCForum] [OT] need to read check engine codes
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Re: [DMCForum] [OT] need to read check engine codes



all US cars post 1996 are OBD II compliant.  Although a standard by
definition, the different auto companies implemented it differently.  The
expensive code readers have different module that are applicable for
different ranges of cars. 

There are some cheaper ones, though;  I've been told that MAC tools has
one, others are available on the internet for as low as $40. 

I've also heard of a kit that connects to PDAs.

Jim

http://www.obdii.com/connector.html
http://www.autotap.com



On Wed, 28 Jan 2004 13:52:38 -0500 "Walter Coe" <Whalt@xxxxxxx> writes:
> I have a '98 Mercury with the check engine light coming on.
> Does anyone have any recommendations for a device that can
> read what the codes are?  I also want something that works
> on GM's and other makes.  Last time I just took it to the
> dealer, and that cost way too much for what they did.
>
> Walt
>
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