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Old 08-06-2006, 09:44 PM   #11
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no no no... The 94-95 used the OBD 2 connector( 16 pin ) and OBD 2 codes, but it was an obd 1 compliant PCM... Inbetween OBD 1 and Half OBD2....LMAO
So a generic OBD2 scanner can read it?
I just looked at a 95 SSE today with an allegedly bad Head/Gasket and the connector felt like OBD2 to me, so I am hoping my OBD2 svanner can read it.
No. A OBD I scanner must be used with a OBD II Cable.
Dam it, I don't have a portable OBD1 scanner with OBD2 cable :(
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this is the most confusing thing i have ever read.

but i have a quick question...but not trying to hijack...

what is a good OBDI scanner for my car?
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this is the most confusing thing i have ever read.

but i have a quick question...but not trying to hijack...

what is a good OBDI scanner for my car?
Yeah, I'd like to get a cheap scanner too. Places here charge 25 bucks just to get her scanned
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OBD1 scanners are getting harder to come by.

You guys need the CP9110 scanner with the 12-pin cable and GM cartridge for the 87-93. Those years can pull codes without a scanner, though (but no history codes or realtime data).

You need the CP9110 scanner with the 16 pin cable and GM cartridge for the 94/95.

The CP9145 may work with the right cable, but may not report all data on a realtime scan. Echo SSEi or jr's3800 may be able to shed more light on that one. Maybe Hans, too.
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OBD1 scanners are getting harder to come by.

You guys need the CP9110 scanner with the 12-pin cable and GM cartridge for the 87-93. Those years can pull codes without a scanner, though (but no history codes or realtime data).

You need the CP9110 scanner with the 16 pin cable and GM cartridge for the 94/95.

The CP9145 may work with the right cable, but may not report all data on a realtime scan. Echo SSEi or jr's3800 may be able to shed more light on that one. Maybe Hans, too.
The CP9145 is not great for the OBD2 applications... Well in my opionon its not worth 2 stinky shi** as far as the OBD2 goes...

But its great for all GM OBD1 applications through 95... That includes the 94-95 Bonneville, it will diplay realtime data for these cars and can be hooked to the ALDL( 12 Pin ) cable for the 87-93 Bonneville... So for the OBD1 applications its a good tool...

The same goes for the CP9110, its a nice tool for the OBD1 GM cars and will allow you to form a custom list for realtime data...

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I got a good OBD 2 scanner at Harbor Freight Tools yesterday. Ill have to return it since it won't work. Thank god I didn't open it.

Will a Tech1 work?
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I tried to figure it all out for the 95 and gave up for a while, I needed a break from all of this technical stuff since my head was starting to hurt. I still haven't figured out the DTC code.
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I got a good OBD 2 scanner at Harbor Freight Tools yesterday. Ill have to return it since it won't work. Thank god I didn't open it.

Will a Tech1 work?
A Tech 1 will work if you have an adaptor cable to fit the OBD 2 connector, I believe....
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