Re: code scanners
For what it i worth, I had an ABS light.
A talk to a CarX shop manager told meto go to a particular harness in the
right kickpanel area. Ty a wire to it and ground it with the key to on.
Counted the flashes for the code.
The manager toldme what the code meant.
In my case the sensor on the differential went bad.
Got a new one at a NAPA(?) parts store for ~$15.
Replaced it and problem solved.
"Clark" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> You might keep in mind that most of the code scanners like the ones
> mentioned will not scan the codes for the brakes, which is what I need one
> for. You can also go by an AutoZone or maybe other auto parts stores and
> they will lend you one, but it won't do brakes either.
> You will need something to tell you what the codes mean. Different
> scanners have different levels of information included, and some can be
> updated by new firmware. I am not that experienced with them, but I do
> have one and my son-in-law won't give it back! ;)
> "Bill M" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>I just tuned in to alt.trucks.ford after being gone for a couple of years.
>>I have two 6 cyl Rangers, a 99 and a 2003. Is there any paticular code
>>scanner I should buy, or any I should avoid? Bill M