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post #1 of 3 Old 07-02-2007, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Need code reader


I want to buy a trouble code reader/scanner for my 95 GT.

Any recommendations/opinions what to buy?

What's Good.. Cheap... Easy to use.... ??? You name it.

I know that cheapest way is to use a light bulp / voltage meter and calculate blinks / sweeps.
But I want to use proper tool for it anyway.
Guess I'm a bit lazy
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This should work fine...

'87 GT with a battery
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Since it's still an EEC IV (non OBD II) you can get the codes without a scanner. It's not quite as easy as an actual code reader but its definitely cheaper.

Otherwise this one will work.

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