Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Richmond, BC
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I'm looking at a 1995 F250 auto, 4x4 with engine problems.
It's missing on at least one cylinder...
The owner could be less than candid about the diagnosis...
He is either dumb or has had it diagnosed keeping his mouth shut???
They rest of the truck looks good so...
Maybe i should invest in a scan tool and dig deeper...
Will AutoEnginuity pull the codes from 1995 model? If so, do i also need the enhanced codes?
Reply from AutoEnginuity Sorry, no. It's 1996 and later for us only.
Read a post earlier that said that 94.5 & 95's can be read, can't find post, but i'm positive it said that they can be read via the OBED2 port.
Truck has the OBED2 plug under the dash on the right side and the EEC style plug under the hood.
If autoenginuity can read the codes, what scan tool does?
My last diesel was a 1984 6.2 that i owned 15 years ago, so i am starting from scratch.
All suggestions or advise welcome
Last edited by roddy; 08-12-2009 at 10:59 AM.
Reason: info added