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Old 10-06-2006, 04:34 PM   #1
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Hey guys,
My stepdad has this EZLINK scanner and he has the green cable for OBDII.
http://www.autoxray.com/product_detail.php?pid=89

Does anyone know if this cable, the blue one, would be all that I need to use with this scanner on my '95 SSE??? http://www.autoxray.com/product_detail.php?pid=85

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The blue one looks like the one that you would need.

Have you tried the existing green cable on your car yet just to see if it would work?

I know my Actron can read both OBD i and OBD II, but for a '95, all I had to do was use my standard OBD II cable and the scanner read the OBD I data.
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Yeah, we tried the green cable and it said that the car was not responding. The box that the EZLINK came in says "OBD-II Diagnostic Scanner with Generic OBD-II Cable and User Manual." If it'* only an OBD-II reader, I suppose I wont be able to even with the cable.
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According to autoxray'* description of the EZLINK http://www.autoxray.com/product_detail.php?pid=98 it looks like it should be compatible and be able to read OBD I, so maybe all that is needed is the blue cable....not sure though. Hopefullly, somebody with the EZLINK scanner will chime in here to let us know.
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Anybody out there???
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The 95 had what was OBD 1.5. EZ might not have included the cable for it
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Does anyone have experience with an EZLINK device???
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I will check mine in a few minutes (my Auto Xray is in my trunk, buried under a ton of cardboard), but if memory serves, the "GM Manufacturer Specific" (aka OBD 1.5) is blue

EDIT : Yep, that'* her!!
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PM Sent.

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How much do they want a blue cable for? If I can find mine I'll sell it to you....My EZLINK took a **** a few months ago, I just remembered that lol.
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How much do they want a blue cable for? If I can find mine I'll sell it to you....My EZLINK took a ***^ a few months ago, I just remembered that lol.
Thier website says a MSRP of $29.95. I sent you a PM back as well. Trying to figure out if my machine will even read the OBD I codes if I get the special cable.
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