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Check engine light code on 91 accord

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Old 05-30-2009, 01:04 PM
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Try to find a manual for your car on this forum, and research for your symptom. Or take it to a parts store that read the codes for free - Auto Zone or the like - and see what they come up with, and post it back here.
 
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The DIY section has a couple links to detailed instructions for reading the codes yourself. I don't know whether 91 falls into the older system (flashing LED on the ECU); or the newer system (jumper the SCS connector & watch the CEL flash).
 
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95 and earlier fall into OBD I codes and 96 and older fall into OBD II codes. Buy an OBD I reader and post it up.
 
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Originally Posted by JimBlake View Post
The DIY section has a couple links to detailed instructions for reading the codes yourself. I don't know whether 91 falls into the older system (flashing LED on the ECU); or the newer system (jumper the SCS connector & watch the CEL flash).
Both systems I mentioned fall under OBD-1. No need for a "scanner" for OBD-1; just find which method (based on year) & read it.
 
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