The 1995 Windstar uses the current ODB-II diagnostics scanner and codes.See "Related Questions" below for more about reading and responding to trouble codes.
Reading the codes in a GM is possible without a scantool only through the 1995 model year.
Vehicles after 1995 require the use of the OBDII scan tool to retrieve/read the trouble codes. Auto supply stores such as AutoZone, Advance, Chief, etc. usually will scan free of charge.
You need a scan tool to read codes. ....
You need a engine scanner and then go into transmission trouble codes. Write them down,get a book, look them up, and read. Most scanners will tell you whats going on.
With your key in the ignition switch and in the off position, switch key to on (not to start), then back to off, then on, off again, then on a third time. If you have trouble codes they will read on your odometer display. For example: P0303, etc. When it is done displaying codes or if there are no codes, it will read P done.
If you can not read codes with a scanner you have a wiring problem.
Diagnostic equipment is needed to read codes on a 92 Golf. DLC is located in dashboard beneath heater controls.
the 1995 camaro was made with OBD2 but has OBD1computer i have 1995 camaro and OBD1 and 2 1995's don't exist, sorry.
I use a scan tool.
A sacn tool is required.
You can purchase a scan tool from your local auto parts store for under $100. This tool will read the codes and erase them. You need to read the codes and make necessary repairs then clear the codes to eliminate the light. Some parts stores will read the codes for you at no cost if you purchase the parts from them to make repairs.
Try your local auto part store. The ones near me will read the codes for free. --Ken
Go where they have a scanner that reads them. A TECH11 scanner is one. A lot of dealers have this one.
The SRS light refers to the airbag. Take the car down to autozone, or your local mechanic and have them plug it in and read the trouble codes. Then they can tell you what exactly is wrong with it.
No but, the ignition has to be on (KOEO, Key On Engine Off).
1st make sure your using an obd1 code reader it may have an obd2 style port but its not its obd 1 then you need to check the wiring if thats good then it needs a pcm
AnswerSome Auto Parts store now have the tools to read codes Stores like Advance Auto and Auto Zone. Many I checked did not have the capability to read 1995 or older codes. Call ahead.
A scan tool or code reader is required to read the trouble codes on a 2001 Chrysler Town and Country.
Unfortunately, the only way to retrieve trouble codes after 1995 is with the OBDII scanner. The good news is that there are some auto parts stores that will scan it for you free of charge. Or, you can buy a simple OBDII scanner for about $60.
Fault codes are where your tv has an internal problem with power that most likely prevents your tv from coming on.The faults are sometimes read by a processor and generated into blinking lights,or trouble codes
you need a obd2 scanner, which plugs into a port under dash, on the driver side.
A scan tool is required to read the trouble codes.
On 1994 and older vehicles, you can manually pull the trouble codes. Check out a repair manual (Hayne's or Chilton's) at your local library - chapter 6 has all the details on how to do it; also what each code means and how to trouble shoot.