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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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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Originally Posted by ajmccarrel
Are you one of those annoying flamers that always thinks the answer to everything is a 2JZ swap?
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
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?