Your code retrieval does not match what I have in our database. Here they are. Let me know if they are what you have done.
1. Turn ignition switch to "ON" position. Use a screwdriver to turn ECU diagnostic mode selector fully clockwise.
2. Wait for inspection lights to begin flashing. At this time, inspection lights will flash the mode options (i.E. 2 flashes for Mode 2, etc.). As soon as inspection light flashes the desired mode number (3 flashes for Mode 3), immediately turn mode selector off.
3. If the mode selector is kept in the "ON" position, the mode selections will
continuously cycle (Mode 1 to Mode 2 up to Mode 5, then cycles to Mode 1, etc.) And the process will continue. This will not erase the memory.
NOTE: Mode 3 is used to retrieve trouble code(s) from the ECU self-diagnostic system.
Trouble codes are read using the Red and Green LED inspection lights on the side of
the ECU. After selecting mode 3, trouble codes corresponding to that mode will start
flashing. Trouble codes are indicated by the number of flashes from the ECU Red and
Green LED inspection lights. Count the number of flashes. The Red LED indicates the
number of tens while the Green LED indicates the number of ones. For example, 3
flashes of the Red LED followed by 2 flashes of the Green LED would indicate code
Tuesday, November 13th, 2012 AT 11:22 AM