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Old 02-11-2010, 03:27 PM
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Its a 96 and its not behnid the ashtray i just removed my whole center console and its not their i know the car is indeed salvaged
Ne other way of cheking my light
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Old 02-11-2010, 03:43 PM
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95–97 Accord V6 & 96–97 Accord 4 Cyl.

If the malfunction indicator/Check Engine lamp remains lit or comes on while the engine is operating, the ECM has detected a malfunction and has stored a DTC in its memory.

To access the DTC memory using a scan tool, connect the Honda PGM Tester or an OBD II scan tool to the 16-pin DLC. The DLC is located in the center console behind the ashtray. Turn the ignition On and begin troubleshooting as indicated by the tester, following its prompts to diagnose the error. If unsure how to operate the scan tool or PGM tester, refer to the tool user’s manuals for specific operating instructions.

To access DTC memory using the MIL, connect the SCS service connector to the SCS check connector. The SCS 2 pin connector is located under the passengers side of the instrument panel. Place ignition switch in the On position begin MIL flash code diagnosis.

Data Link Connector (DLC) locations. 95-97 Accord V6 & 96-97 Accord 4 cyl. In Console.
Service check connector location. 95-97 Accord V6 & 96-97 Accord 4 cyl. Passenger side, up under glove box.
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Old 02-11-2010, 07:07 PM
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Hekk yea so i used the MIL method and it worked awesome only got 2 codes back awesome thanx allooot
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