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Old 09-18-2014, 02:04 PM   #1
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95 buick park ave scaner will not connect to ecm any help be great
checked all fuses i think ecm might be bad
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What scanner are you using?
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Snap on solus ultra isn't help would be great
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Just an FYI, the 95'* were hybrid to OBD2. Though they have the OBD2 connector, they are actually OBD1.5. Not 1.0, but 1.5.

Does the car actually run?
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Just an FYI, the 95'* were hybrid to OBD2. Though they have the OBD2 connector, they are actually OBD1.5. Not 1.0, but 1.5.


Does the car actually run?
cranks but will not start - happened after battery went dead charged battery & now won't start
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Check for Spark? Fuel pressure?

Try starting with the MAF disconnected?
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will this corrosion cause the car to not start after driving long distance. when its hot then when it cools down it runs fine??
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will this corrosion cause the car to not start after driving long distance. when its hot then when it cools down it runs fine??
I've experienced that with my 95.
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