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is there a prefered brand of code reader?
 

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I don't have a preferred code reader. I know it's more than a code reader but I think the Auto Xray is pretty cool. If thats not handy I have a jumper wire w/ the alligator clips in my glove box so I can pull codes anytime.
 

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War Machine said:
I don't have a preferred code reader. I know it's more than a code reader but I think the Auto Xray is pretty cool. If thats not handy I have a jumper wire w/ the alligator clips in my glove box so I can pull codes anytime.
Yup.. I use a paper clip to jump the A and B terminals on GM ODBI vehicles..

-Rick
 

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VetteTech81 said:
Yup.. I use a paper clip to jump the A and B terminals on GM ODBI vehicles..

-Rick
I know it works but that's really what I call high tech.
 

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I use PCM com on my 95. It will read codes and monitor various drivetrain functions using a laptop. Then use LT1 Edit to do the PCM changes.
 

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the paper clip is good for pulling the codes.i also use Auto X-ray.the enhanced version lets you monitor everything going on.i've never used it on a OBD 1 car,i'm sure it reads everthing the same,it just takes a different cord.this tool is how i found out my timing was only 16.5*degrees at WOT.should be 28 to 30*.awesome tool,on sale at checkers auto for $250 bucks.i scan the car once a week now.has minor smog tests and results for your car,o2 sensor tests,to much to list,
www.autoxray.com :smokin:
 
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