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Old 09-18-2010, 05:32 PM
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1997 cylinder contribution test

does it work on 97? using autoenginuity. when i run the test all i get is something about 2 glow plugs at fault. that shouldn't have anything to do with CCT.
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yes it works on 97s. 94.5 and up as long it has the obd2 port. and no. cct is injector only.
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ha the results for cct are 1and 3 glow plugs voltage low
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no perdel option either just cylinder balance. am i supposed to reboot computer when running on different vehicle??
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ha the results for cct are 1and 3 glow plugs voltage low
hmm thats weird. but i havent had that error b4
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no perdel option either just cylinder balance. am i supposed to reboot computer when running on different vehicle??
shouldnt have to. i can plug mine in when driving, running in park, or crank the engine up with it plugged in. just tell it to change vehicles when plugging into the other vehicle.
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just went out first time i got engine oil pressure code. then i tried it 2 more times and got test completed successfully. there was no graph or anything . when i went to live data only options for reading cylinders were "Cylinder Misfire1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,"
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