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FAQ: PocketScan Code Reader CP9125
How do I know if my vehicle is OBD I or OBD II on-board diagnostics equipped?
What are DLCs?
What is the difference between OBD I and OBD II cars?
What is OBD?
What are DTCs?
What are Generic OBD II codes?
What are Enhanced OBD II codes?
Common Generic OBD II (P0) Codes
Common GM OBD II (P1) Enhanced Codes
Common Chrysler OBD II (P1) Enhanced Codes
Will the Actron Code Scanners and/or Scan Tools retrieve Anti-Lock Brake or Airbag codes?
Which Actron Code Scanners and/or Scan Tools work on 1994 & 1995 GM vehicles?
Do I need adapters for different vehicles?
What are I/M Monitors?
What is MIL Status?
What is the Erase Codes function?
What are PIDs?
Common Ford OBD II (P1) Enhanced Codes
What are Pending Codes?
  Do I need adapters for different vehicles?
  All OBD II compliant vehicles are required to have a standard, 16-pin, D-shaped Diagnostic Link Connector (DLC).
No adapter cables are required to connect the OBD II AutoScanner CP9135, SUPER AutoScanner CP9145 or SUPER AutoScanner Kit CP9150 to any OBD II compliant vehicle, regardless of where it was made.

Can I get an adapter to use on my pre-1996 vehicle? CP9150 SUPER AutoScanner includes the DLC connector cables for communicating with 1984-95 GM OBD I, 1984-95 Ford OBD I and 1989-95 Chrysler OBD I vehicles. These cables are optional accessories for the SUPER AutoScanner CP9145. Additionally, cables are available for Chrysler LH OBD I and Ford MECS OBD I vehicles.

Click here to determine if your vehicle is OBD II compliant or not.
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