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



Do you have your owners manual or a Chilton's manual handy? One of the
two, I can't remember which, told me a procedure to go through to read
the codes from my Plymouth. But it wasn't untuitive ... it was
something like, turn the key, put in X gear, rev to 3500rpm, shift to
something else, turn key back, and then you had to read the number of
times a dash light flashed in a two-digit code separated by a pause of
one second. Or something.

But the good thing is, I didn't have to have a code reader. :)

I'd check the Chilton's manual just in case. It's cheaper than the
code reader anyhow.

Farrar

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Walter Coe [mailto:Whalt@xxxxxxx]
      Sent: Wed 1/28/2004 12:52 PM
      To: DMCForum
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      Subject: [DMCForum] [OT] need to read check engine codes
     
     

      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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