How do you repair obd code320?
Get the manufacturer repair manuals...for the specifications and technical procedures.
P1399 Random/multiple misfire detected.
There is no OBD II port on your '93 Villager. 1995 and earlier model were equipped with the EEC or OBD I. All other models starting 1996 had OBD II. Sorry !! Now, you can access the codes on the OBD I system but, you will need to have a repair manual for detailed instructions. Get one at your local parts store.
Repair the defect, and it'll shut the CEL off on its own.
You can purchase a Toyota repair manual or ask us!
My Chilton repair manual shows OBD II code P0304 as ( misfire detection monitor and / or circuit fault ) and my Haynes repair manual shows OBD II code P0304 as ( cylinder no. 4 misfire detected )
OBD stands for "On Board Diagnostics". OBD-II gives the vehicle owner or repair technician access to the status of the various vehicle subsystems. The OBD-II standard provides an extensible list of Diagnostic Trouble Codes. Starting with vehicles manufactured in 1996, the OBD-II specification was made mandatory for all cars manufactured in the United States to be sold in the United States.
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An OBD II Code Reader, which reads vehicle engine codes, can be purchased in most larger automotive repair shops. Parts Source and Canadian Tire both carry them.
Trouble code P0320 means:Ignition/distibutor engine speed input circuit malfunction. and you can use the Ford obd scanner to repair, you can DIY, it is easy.
It has obd 1 It has obd 1
Should be OBD I, OBD II is 1996 and newer
It is OBD 2
No, it is obd 1.
OBD is the acronym for "On Board Diagnostic". OBD-II (OBD-2) started in 1996. Vehicles built in 1995 and before are OBD-I (OBD-1). I hope this helps, good luck.
No, it will not.
Could be low coolant level, faulty thermostat, or faulty temperature sensor. Check coolant first.
Trouble code P0340 means: Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit (Bank 1 or single sensor) Replace the sensor
On-Board Diagnostics, or OBD, in an automotive context, is a generic term referring to a vehicle's self-diagnostic and reporting capability. OBD systems give the vehicle owner or a repair technician access to state of health information for various vehicle sub-systems. The amount of diagnostic information available via OBD has varied widely since the introduction in the early 1980's of on-board vehicle computers, which made OBD possible. Early instances of OBD would simply illuminate a malfunction… Read More
OBD = On Board Diagnostics.
It is OBD I, not OBD II, the connector is under the hood.
OBD-1. 1995 was a changeover year. All 1995 cars/trucks (GM to my knowledge, I don't know about the other brands) were OBD-1 and some have an OBD-2 connector, but still are OBD-1.
It is OBD 1 not OBD 2. The connecter is under the hood, inner fender.
There is no OBD switch.
OBD Memorial was created in 2006.
Not sure if a '95 will be OBD I or OBD II, if OBD I it will be a black plastic plug emerging from the wiring harness on the firewall about six inches to the passenger side of the ignition coil, OBD II will be similar but probably a different color. It is OBD I, connector is under the hood on the pass side firewall.
The 2002 Ford Mustang has a Obd 2 port
it can only be reset with an OBD 2 Scan Tool. If you do not repair the problem that set the light in the first place it will just come back on.
should be obd-1 square ended connector Edited by www.TunerTools.com Any car sold in the US since 1996 will be OBD-II In the 94-95 model years a very, VERY small handful might have been OBD-II, but anything prior to 1996 should be assumed to be "OBD-I" which is really not a valid term as it was called by different names under different manufacturers and only became known as OBD-I after OBD-II was standardized.
What does obd code P0740 mean
Only OBD-II cars use a scan tool that plugs into the OBD-II port. OBD-II did not come out until 1996. Furthurmore, to my knowledge, the 2nd generation rx7's didn't use any form of OBD.
Trouble code P0118 means: Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input Replace the coolant temp sensor
1993 is OBD-1. 1998 and newer are OBD-2. actually , 1996 and newer are OBD II
overall you are in trouble if you need it scanned. not because of a problem but because of the fact that you are probably going to have to shell out 50 bucks and maybe more. auto part stores scan cars 1996+ for free. they use an OBD-II scanner. you will need an OBD-I scanner that can only be found at a repair shop.
Yes you use a OBD 1 reader
plug a obd 2 code reader into your car and activate it.
No, it is OBD 1.
OBD II is located under drivers side of dash.
No it is OBD 1 No it is OBD 1
The 1994 5.0L ford Mustang and 3.8L Ford Mustang used the OBD-II connector under the drivers dash. These were the first OBD-II Ford cars. They are NOT OBD-I.
92 Lexus is OBD 1. There is a plug for Lexus OBD 1, and will not work with an OBD2 scanner.
The OBD connector is under the dash on the driver side.