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Old 06-21-2007, 02:11 AM   #11
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Well I just ordered the CP9145 for $143.00. I figure I can use it for my Bonny and my Fords'.
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what! you coulda ordered the cable for all obd 1GM;* 94-95 for 40 bucks the software is free online you can scan and read live engine data all for like 50 bucks.
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what! you coulda ordered the cable for all obd 1GM;* 94-95 for 40 bucks the software is free online you can scan and read live engine data all for like 50 bucks.
Are you replying to "azu" or "roadrunner1"?

Also, could you give some specifics as to what cable and part# you are referring to? And also where it can be obtained. A website would really clear up your comments.

And he still needs the scanner, right?

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check out these links
http://dtcc.cz28.com/eprom/index.htm
www.sinisterperformance.com
this is what i ordered for my car i just plug in and have someone drive while i look at live data
http://stores.ebay.com/MaStach-com_W...Q3amesstQQtZkm
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http://stores.ebay.com/MaStach-com_W0QQssPageNameZstrkQ3amewaQ3amesstQQtZkm
This looks pretty interesting and would be of interest to anybody with non-OBDII diagnostics. I see it'* a direct hook-up from the ALDL plug of '93 and earlier cars to a laptop computer.

But I still don't see a cable to adapt to the 16 pin plug for '94 and '95 Bonnies and similar GM cars. I did check his website.

This always seems to be the rub.

Once again, how would you go about getting this cable?

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the last link i posted shows everything including a diagram of how you hook up to the 16 pin connector 94-95 cars
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So out of this topic which scanner is best for the 95, and does 87 and up GMs?
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So out of this topic which scanner is best for the 95, and does 87 and up GMs?
if you have a lap top then the cheapest most effective i my opinion is purchasing the cable the software for viewing live data on our cars are free online. Im a big fan of saving money the actron is pricey to me for what you can do with a laptop
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The costs and materials involved in doing that with the hybrid 94/95 PCM are prohibitive.

I suggest getting a scantool, which is what this topic is about.
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