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Have been searching the web about this but just got the advice of serially connecting a 10 kohms with an ordinary led for connecting it to the scanner connector. The problems are at what pins on the connector & what to do next to read the codes.

I don't have access to a scanner and the 1996 Accent won't go up the little hill to get to the street; so, in a way, it is trapped in my driveway where one of my sisters left it.

I've worked as a computer tech & also have done minor&major car repairs in the past so you don't have to be too picky with technical terms, nonetheless, my first language is Spanish...

Thanks in advanced for any useful guidance on this!
 

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The old method of reading trouble codes using an LED or a voltmeter wont work if the car is OBD2 compliant. The only way to read codes on an OBD2 system is to use an OBD2 scan tool.
 
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