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Old 09-17-2002, 02:25   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I need to read the codes from the XH EECV computer but am unsure which pins/wires/fingers/toes need to be bridged etc.

I dont have a workshop manual (doh) so I'm hoping someone out there can tell me. I know how to read the codes with a multimeter, just need to know how to connect it up.

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The two pins on the far left(closest to column) are STI(top) and SIG. GND.(bottom). The 5th pin along the top row is STO.
Join STI and GND. Clip the negative lead of your multimeter to the STO and attach the positive lead to +12V. Switch on the ignition and start counting.

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