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I connected TE1 terminal to E1 with a wire then turned the ignition to "ON" (didn't start the car), and the MIL just stayed solid. Am I doing this correct? I followed the instructions on mkiv.christurner.net but those directions were for a 94 or something so I wasn't sure if it's the same for 97.

Any help would be much appreciated,

Thanks!

Mike
 

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Yup everyone is right. Damn OBDII
 

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OBDI can be read by jumping terminals TE1 and E1 on obdI or pre 96 vehicle years. You can also read codes using a hand held scanner like Snap On's mt2500. The Mt2500 scanner is a great investment to anyone with a pre 96 or even 96up car. I used mine on the dyno to monitor data the computer was seeing like timing being pulled and knock.
 
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