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Old 09-30-12, 10:44 AM   #1
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Hello. I've got a problem with my car. I bought the diagnostic cable ELM327 OBD2 + toyota 22 pin. I installed all the software on my computer correctly and it doesnt work. Using program ScanTool. I know i can't do so much with this cable anyway i want to delate errors. I do all the things correctly, starting engine etc. Please help me with this.
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Old 09-30-12, 03:01 PM   #2
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were the 95's obd2?
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were the 95's obd2?
well.. This luxus is probably obd1 but i got obd2 cable and looking for possibility to use it
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95 is OBD1.

96+ is OBD2.

I'm not aware of any way to make OBD2 cables work on OBD1's since they are so fundamentally different. OBD1 never needs any special code readers. OBD1 code readers make life a little simpler but if you can count to 10 and own a paper clip, you can read OBD1 codes.
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That's what i would do is read the codes. pull down the plastic cover for the diagnostic ports inside the driver side. Put a small wire or paper clip on the two locations. the bottom row far right and the other two over from it, same row. E1 and Te1. Good luck
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i've done it. but got a small problem. removed the efi fuse 30amp for 20 sec. put it back and after 5 minutes i started enigine, and it didnt clear the trouble codes. what about removing battery groud cable? where is it located?
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