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Old 12-17-2005, 07:06   #1 (permalink)
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How read an OBD-I Connector on a 1994 Probe?

I have a 1994 Probe, 2.0l. I also have a Mazda 626, which basically is the same engine.

My Haynes manual describes the OBD-I connector and it's correct for the 626, but the Probe has a lot less pins. Basically, the manual says to bridge GND and STI (Self Test Input), which I can do on the Mazda.

The Probe connector does not have a STI. I only have the following pins available:
GND
B+
FAB
TAB
GND (a second one)

Someone read the diagnostic on this car several years ago, but of course I don't remember what they bridged (shame on me).

Does anyone know what connectors to bridge? I am sure it's GND and something else, but not confident what the second one is.



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Old 12-18-2005, 07:59   #2 (permalink)
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Re: How read an OBD-I Connector on a 1994 Probe?

Does the data link look like this?

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