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Old 06-10-2010, 10:43 AM   #1
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is there any way to clear the codes on 1994 ssei without a scanner just wondering i replaced a few parts and dont have funds to get scanned???
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I believe if you disconnect the battery for 10-15 minutes they will be cleared. Obviously if the issue comes back they will come back as well.
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yeah what he said
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You can also run to your auto part store and borrow their scanner.
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it has he obd 1.5 in it i believe they said at autozone that it cant be scanned with thier scanner
only 95 and up
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Pull the negative battery cable and let the car sit for 15 minutes or so.
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it has he obd 1.5 in it i believe they said at autozone that it cant be scanned with thier scanner
only 95 and up
I apologize I didn't read your year
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and this is why i love having a uncle that is a mechanic so he can scan my codes for free
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