The '95 P.A. is OBD II.
94-95 were the transition years. GM had OBD I AND II on various models
and some had 1.5 which was a blend of parts and used the OBDII connector
BUT with different pinouts. Still better than Ford or Chrysler who had
MANY more connections and protocols.
If your looking for a decent unit that has a good price AND can monitor
sensors real-time check out the Actron 9145. It can read OBD I and II
and has many make specific codes in it already. It is the one I grab the
most to use at home.
(9150 is the same scanner BUT includes all the cables for different
vehicles, great deal if you need them)
If you want a full tilt machine that can read anything in the vehicle.
Find a Genisys and all the add-ons. Or for a bit less money a tech 2
that is up to date and has the correct modules and cables.
Has anything you might want for a PRICE.
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