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Old 09-08-2010, 09:54 PM
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just a guess, but if you cant read the codes maybe the ecm???
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Originally Posted by nashdaddy75 View Post
I just replaced that speed sensor and it was 55 at advanced. LOL I dont have Orielly's here in VA that i know of. I just tried the on off on off. All that happened was the check engine light flashed at me about 10 times. I think it might be the wiring harness to the speed sensor. I hooked it um to a mulit meter and it was giving me about 35 ohms back. I think it is supposed to be between 3-5. Again just scrating my head over this crap. hahaha
The flashing check engine is probably giving a sequence to the codes stored in the computer, if your odometer isn't digital. Count the blinks between pauses, and write the numbers down. Those are the codes. Even though it's a 96, it may still have OBD I.
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