Your car is NOT ODB-II, so nobody will be able to pull any codes using an
Instead, you need a sophisticated piece of hardware known as a
"paper clip". You use the paper clip to short two pins together in the
Service Check Connector to make the Check Engine light flash.
specifically page 15.
Report the code(s) back here.
As for the other light, it must be the Maintenance Required lamp. You can
reset it here:
I couldn't tell from the diagram in the reference manual - does the
diagnostic connector plug have just two pins that I short out with a
paperclip, or are there more than two pins - if so, which pins get shorted
to get the codes. THANKS VERY MUCH FOR THE HELP!!
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