Its an OBD2 system-you need a code reader or a scantool to read the codes.[/Quote:03aa2704e0]
Additionally, If you have an Autozone store near you, they'll get the codes for you for free, and if the person checking has some extra knowledge, he/she may even explain what the codes mean as well. I'd also get a Haynes or Chiltons repair manual for the vehicle. Did it for mine and the repair manual has payed for itself over the years in the money I saved doing the repairs myself.
Sunday, June 3rd, 2007 AT 10:58 AM