The OBD II Scan Tool introduce!
Let’s look at thescan tool first, since we sell inexpensive tools. It’ll apt to be the only thing you will need to buy to do your own diagnostics and clear your trouble codes, which turns from the check engine light.
Under your cars dash you’ll probably see this style:
If your 1996 or newer car iscompliant (or European OBD, EOBD, or Japan OBD, JODB) you will see the above mentioned style 16 pin connector, called a J1962 connector. Some 1994-95 GM cars possess the 16 pin connector shown above (Corvette’s, Camaro’s, and LT1 cars among them), however, even though it is an , we have an OBD1 system behind it on these 94-95 cars. If you have a 94 or 95 GM car using the 16 pin connector, we sell 16 pin connector diagnostic cables for this here.
Some 1994 and 1995 cars are fully OBD2 compliant and our OBD 2 allinone scan oral appliance code reader will work fine on these vehicles. Check under your hood to have an OBDII compliance sticker on the 95 and 94 cars.
If you have a GM OBD1 system with a 12 pin ALDL OBDI connector as pictured below, we sell data logging cables for those too.
Be sure you buy the correct diagnostic cable setup for your car or cars!