The MIL lamp comes on when I first start the car (Service Engine Soon lamp.)
I was told that the vehicle has the OBD-II diagnostic system, so I purchased
the scan tool, but the tool connector does not fit the connector under the
dash (near right knee when seated in drivers seat) on my 3.8L 1995 Regal.
The connector under the dash has only 3 terminals and is completely
different from the OBD-II scan tool connector. Am I missing something? Is
there an adapter for the scan tool connector or does my vehicle have a
different emission control diagnostic system? Any help is appreciated.
You are in the same sad state I am. You have a 95 GM vehicle that has an
OBD-II connector but is OBD-I. This makes it a hybrid, that is not
either. Only mr goodwrench has the Tech II device that will check it.
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