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Old 07-18-2011, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default 99 Si check engine light question - where is plug for scanner tool?

How do you get the check engine light codes that start with the P101 example

I have a 99 honda Civic EX with a 99 SI ECU GS-R Swapped Where is the plug for the scanner tool to go into (obd2 plug)

I know how to check it with the two pin plug= if i do it this way are the codes still the same
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Default Re: check engine light questiond

For some CEL codes, you get more information from the OBD2 code than from the OBD1 code. It's near the hood release lever:

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Default Re: check engine light questiond

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For some CEL codes, you get more information from the OBD2 code than from the OBD1 code. It's near the hood release lever:

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