with key in the "acc" position hit the "set" button and then hit the "scan" button for hours and the "seek" button for minutes
Not entirely sure what you mean by this but assuming you mean a brute force port scan. Answer is no, you can scan a port directly, no need to scan every port on a system (brute force).
Push the set button. Then within a few seconds push seek and or scan to change the hours and or minutes.
Im going to assume the code you have given is PO740 on the obd2 scan tool? PO740 is a TCC circuit malfunction
TCP port 25 is usually used by SMTP servers (for sending e-mails).
The scan port is usually located under the dash, near the steering column. It may be visible, or behind a small cover that can be removed.
Obd-on board diagnostic. The port is the plug the scan tool or code reader connects to.
You will need a OBD2 scan tool to reset the light after repairing the problem that caused the fault code. If you do not repair the problem the light will just come back on.
With an OBD2 scan tool plugged into the port.
You connect an OBD2 scan tool to the diagnosis port.
Below is a description about scan tool. It is simply a code reader that plugs into a car's computer diagnostic port and reads trouble codes if any.
After repairing the cause of the code, you can clear it with a scan tool.
By plugging a scan tool into the service port.
The scan port is under a little rubber flap under the ash tray. It is easy to get to, IF you know where Acura hid it.
The 2002 Nissan Frontier OBD 2 port is under driver side dash next to the kick panel
No, a 1994 Dodge Van is OBD I. It uses a different scan tool and connector.
With a scan tool.
First you remove the cover from the diagnostic port under the driver's side of the dashboard. Then you plug the datalink cable from your scan tool into the diagnostic port. The scan tool will then show the diagnostic codes. Write them down and read a manual to see what has gone wrong.
I'm rather sure you won't find any - and to be honest: why do you want to scan ports via a website?!
If there are stations in your area, connect an antenna to it and go into the menu then select SCAN.
You need a scan tool to plug into OBD port
As long as it has the factory AC Delco radio, do the following: Turn the radio off, press the Set button, then press the Scan and Seek buttons to change the hour and minute, then press Set again...All done.