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Old 03-13-2008, 18:31   #1 (permalink)
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OBDII reader not connecting

I tried connecting my OBDII code scanner to my 1999 5.4L F-350 and it will not work. I am trying to figure out why the engine light is on, but no luck. I tried the scanner on another car to see if it was bad, and it worked so it has to be a wiring problem. Any ideas where to look? Also the ABS light came on recently. Where should I start with that one?
The truck is going to the shop on Monday in reference to my last post about possible bad bearings, but I do not want to pay out the butt in diagnostics etc...
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Old 03-22-2008, 07:22   #2 (permalink)
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Re: OBDII reader not connecting

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I tried connecting my OBDII code scanner to my 1999 5.4L F-350 and it will not work. I am trying to figure out why the engine light is on, but no luck. I tried the scanner on another car to see if it was bad, and it worked so it has to be a wiring problem. Any ideas where to look? Also the ABS light came on recently. Where should I start with that one?
The truck is going to the shop on Monday in reference to my last post about possible bad bearings, but I do not want to pay out the butt in diagnostics etc...
Sorry I can't help with OBII problem but you can take vehicle to Oreilly Auto, AutoZone, etc and they should be able to pull the codes for you at n/c. Maybe help with diagnostic fees.
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