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1999\09\03@141506 by Harrison Cooper

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www.westecauto.com/TechInfo/tcodes/Ford/Ford.html

gives Ford codes.  Just searched a bit online....come on guys....gals...it
isn't that hard to find things is it?


On my GM truck, you simply short two connectors and read the code as it
flashes the check engine light.
Can't recall Ford, because when I had a Ford, I borrowed a scan tool

1999\09\05@181307 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 12:13 3/09/99 -0600, you wrote:
>http://www.westecauto.com/TechInfo/tcodes/Ford/Ford.html
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>gives Ford codes.  Just searched a bit online....come on guys....gals...it
>isn't that hard to find things is it?
>
>
>On my GM truck, you simply short two connectors and read the code as it
>flashes the check engine light.
>Can't recall Ford, because when I had a Ford, I borrowed a scan tool
>
>


Undotunatly, that (On the older ones) only sneds out the current MSE (Most
Significant Error), if uou where to use a 4K7 resistor to connect the links
you will get the 160baud full error set, and then if you where to use a 10K
resistor you will get the lean rich test :-) (Won't get that stuff on line!)
P.S Be very careful when attempting this ass sometimes the PWM to the fule
pump is in the same connector

Dennis

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