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Old 12-24-2002, 05:21 PM   #11
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Glad to hear it. Pretty cool xmas gift you have yourself. I'm gonna bust a little bubble for you though. 1995 wasn't purely OBD1. You have a hybrid 'crossover' year. You have the OBD1 connector, but you have MOSTLY OBD2 compliant electronics. You've got the 'weird' year. That makes you UNIQUE!
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Wow! My car keeps getting more unique by the minute! First, an SE with SSE emblems and now hybrid OBDII! Amazing

The next gadget that I want is the air inflator hose... the whole air inflator concept sounds neat!
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Do you already have the utility air outlet in the trunk? Most SE'* didn't get that option.
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Yep! I do... I've clicked the "on" button and I hear something go "click" so I guess that it works... Gee, I imagine the hose isn't even proprietary since it'* just a normal fitting... probably an auto zone item, right? It has a normal end just like the valve stems so I take it that a female to female inflator hose would do it!
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That'* what I thought, too. Unless you can find the screw on type, you'll have to go with the clamp on type. You may have to buy the fittings and make the hose like I did. Then you'll realize that the fitting isn't tall enough for the clamp type, and you'll have to buy a valve stem extender. Get the nice steel ones, not the black plastic.

That'* what I have. Clamp type fittings on both ends, and the extender in the trunk.
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