A 1998 uses OBD-II - you will need to use a newer scanner.
You can purchase a code scanner from any of the DIY auto parts stores. They include the instruction book and a list of codes.
You have a couple of options. You can buy a code reader from any of the big box parts houses and read the code, or you can take the car to the parts house and have them read it for you. As infrequently as most cars throw a code, I'd just have the parts house read it for me. They generally don't charge for this service.
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.
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