Originally Posted by dogman4585
autozone or advance auto that do it for free
I never had any luck getting them to scan a OBD1 system with a OBD2 hookup. They look at you like your nuts. I purchased a OBD1 Scantool that takes the GM cartridge, and the adapter cable that connects to a OBD2 connector. You have to purchase the cable seperately from the Scantool manufacturer now, stuffs too old. When I bought my Scantool off EBAY, you couldnt find them in stores anymore. Manufacturer doesnt stock them anymore either, but they DID have the adaptor cables still.