Your car, like my Dad's falls into the OBD void. When manufacturers transferred from OBD-1 to OBD-II, certain vehicles have the OBD plug under the dash, but no pin 5 and 6 to junction to flash the codes. Oh and screwing with a paper clip causes errors in the heating system, so don't do that.
You have to go to a dealership or someone who can do the CCC reader, it's rarer to find a local who can do that car. I run into the same problem each time on the 1994 Buick LeSabre I got here. It's $80-100 every time it throws me a code.
Thursday, July 12th, 2012 AT 2:08 AM