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Old 02-07-2008, 01:37 AM   #1
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i curse the '95 model year
but anyways, i need a scanner (or cable that i can connect to my laptop and use software) that is compatible with the OBD 1.5 hybrid... i can't find out much about it online... anyone got any sources? what do you use?
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Actron CP9110 scantool and a CP9115 cable, or contact Slug.

Nobody here laptop scans OBD1 or the hybrid that I'm aware of. There are products out there, but they're HORRIBLY expensive.
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do you already have the software for the laptop.. ???

if so . would i be able to get a copy..or tell me where you got it from please.
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bmsgaffer86 scans his 94(I think) with EFILive v4, a home made A-D converter, and a car PC.

EFI Live v4'* license is at least $100 and A-D converter is around $80 if you don't make one yourself.

It is expensive but much more powerful.
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The CP9110 is very hard to find because IIRC its been discontinued for quite some time... So, if you can't find one, consider this...

http://www.actron.com/product_detail.php?pid=16317

It MSRPs for 500 bucks, but if you're resourceful enough...
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Actro...spagenameZWDVW

It'* also compatible with OBDII just in case you decide to "upgrade"
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I got my scanner from this guy (Accepted my best offer) He might be able to help

http://stores.ebay.com/Tradervars-Au...638.m118.l1247

bought a cable from this place:

http://www.obd2cables.com/products/i...hp?cPath=21_29

cut off he 15 pin male end and found a 15 pin solder female connector, and followed these instructions:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...10&highlight=A

15 pin solder connector:

http://www.allelectronics.com/cgi-bi...N_FEMALE_.html

or if you have an old sound card the game port works too.


I didn't hook up pin number 16 since the scanner is powered by the lighter.

Works like a champ
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We have a member here (Slug) that makes the cables for members.
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We have a member here (Slug) that makes the cables for members.
Yes, excellent cables, quick shipping, and very inexpensive. Why buy anywhere else?
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That'* the scanner you need but I'm not sure that cable will work. I beleive that cable will be for the OBD-1 and not the OBD-1.5. Have "SLUG" make the cable for you. Sounds like he'* making really good cables.
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