Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2003 11:34:03 GMT
From: 'nuther Bob  <noEmailProvidednopsammain.com>
Subject: Re: ECU Flash Codes


On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 21:32:26 +1200, "Martin Barnes" <marhilnopsam.co.nz> wrote: >Hi all, > >I have a '97 Saab 900S Talladega 2.3NA - ECU is a Motronic M2.10.3, also the >car not OBD II compliant >Australian Market - actually New Zealand. > >Haynes Manual page 4A.9 talks about getting the Flash Codes on 'Check >Engine' indicator when >monentary grounding pin 6 of the Diagnostic connector after the Ignition has >been switched on. From what I understand, NG900's after 96 or so don't flash the check engine light, you have to use a scanner. Supposedly in earlier cars you could get the check engine light to give you an indication of the fault *area*, but not the actual code. This is for USA cars but it would make sense that Saab would use the same system worldwide. I think you need to buy a scanner to see any codes. But, as long as the check engine light is not on, you probably don't have any codes stored. Bob

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