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Old 04-12-2008, 12:48 PM   #1
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Default How to read OBD1.5 on 1994 OBDII?

Howdy,

I'm new here. I have a gorgeous old Buick Park Ave that deserves to be cared for. I am interested in reading any codes it might be throwing, now or in the future (since it is not having any problems currently).

Having purchased an Actron CP9110-CP9111 (after reading on BC), I found that the cable they supplied won't fit my 16pin OBDII connector.

I know Actron has a cable for their CP9145 that can be adapted, but how exactly is that done? Is Slug still making cables?

Thanks! Cheers!
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You need either the CP9115 cable (not the 9145 cable) or one from Slug. Send him a PM.
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