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Old 10-27-2003, 08:26 PM   #11
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Autozone stores appear to have leftover stock at a great price. Otherwise you're looking at www.actron.com
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NICE. I didn't think codes went that high? Check your plugs/wires/coils i assume?
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jkinney, PM me your e-mail address and I will send them to you.
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Thanks Fuddyduddy121, I guess it would help if I would READ the damn page.

-SSEi95- If it wouldnt be any trouble, I'd like to hear what it says, I doubt if it will be alot different than the 94'*, at least it will give me something to troubleshoot. NAPA did check the module today, and it checked out GOOD. Hmmm. The mounting plate did seem to be extra corroded from the dielectric grease dissolving, so I will try to clean, re-grease, re-install, and re-check. If it doesnt improve, I'll continue from there.

95neongirl- Are you considering picking one up?
yes I need one for my 94 bonnie!
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If you had significant corrosion on the contacts, that could very well be the culprit. Something else to remember - sometimes engine heat can make a problem appear that would not be there in lower temperatures.
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I didn't think codes went that high? Check your plugs/wires/coils i assume?
Didnt know what you meant by the codes thing? (at first...getting tired, but thanx) I did put new delco plugs in it when I purchased the car, but havent done wires yet. Not sure that would set off a code for "EST not toggling", but it would be a cheap investment (wires) Thanks for the responses, I'll keep going after it till I find what it is, the wife wants to drive it pretty bad. (right) The code triggers immediately on a cold start (after clearing) so I dont think heat is a factor at this point. I'll keep you posted.
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The scaned pages are on their way if you don't have them yet. They describe the sceneario that you descibed somewhat so hopefully they'll help out.
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95neongirl........You have a "personal message"!

Thanks SSEi95
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Not a problem. Let me know if you need more help.
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