My parents have an older 1994 Buick that requires a person to take the car to a dealer or mechanic and be charged $100 every time you want to check the Engine Codes. It's got the OBD-2 connector, but that doesn't work, and it's not OBD-1 either. So just what is it called?
Also I'm looking for a hand-held scanner (for this) that is about $200. I saw one for this type of application in a catalog. It was not however an Actron, I'm pretty sure on that.
Any recommendations would be appreciated here, as I am not in the mood to pay Buick another $100 just to confirm what I figure is a throttle position sensor. (It stalls for no reason, during normal driving conditions.)
have the same problem?
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009 AT 5:38 PM