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Old 12-28-2007, 09:23 PM   #1
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I am trying to retreve codes from my CCR by following the procedure that is listed here. The only problem is that when I went to put a jumper between pin 3 and 4, the spot for 4 is blank. As a matter of fact most of the spots on the top are blank. Am I looking at it up side down? Any ideas?
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does this help?

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Well that is what I thought I was looking at, and sure enough the #4 pin is an empty spot. I am going down to the car now to look at it a second time. Maybe I am just not looking at it right. It is the plug up under the dash on the drivers side right?
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Yup I was looking at it upside down. It'* got a code 24 and 33. Thanks for the help.
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KMC, this is the 3rd topic you've asked this in. Please pick one and stick to it. Please also edit your profile and put your year and trim level in your signature so we know what you have.
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