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Old 05-13-2005, 03:41 PM   #21
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Hey everyone,

Thanks so much for all of your help on this one. I replaced as many vac lines as I could easily get to and that did it. The cruise is working again. I really appreciate all of the effort.

Look for my next thread about my AC.

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Tell them before they scan that you have OBD I with OBD II connectors.
Does anyone know where I can find such a scan tool to buy for my own. I've found tons of OBDII, but nothing that claims to be OBDI with OBDII connectors. I think I want to buy one for this car now.

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Actron CP9110? Is that the right number? Get the GM cartridge. The tool comes with the 12-pin cable, but you also need the 16-pin.
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Bill....he'* 94 isn't he just the 12 pin aldl?
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Bill....he'* 94 isn't he just the 12 pin aldl?
94 went to the new PCM and OBD2 codes as well as the OBD 2 connector...

But the car will have to be checked, I have heard that it was possible that some early 94'* still had the 12 pin... But it shouldn't be too likely...

94-95 are some screwed up years... OBD1 compliant, using the OBD2 codes and connector for the bonneville... Other GM cars differ...

I'd look under the dash and see if it has a rectangular ALDL or the sort of off shape of the 16 Pin OBD2 connector...

Man is this confusing or what...

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