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i need some help asap. like yesterday fast. how can i see if there are codes on my truck without having a programmer. is there any way to use the trip reset button or any way to display codes on the guage cluster somewhere? please help me
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You need to plug into the OBD port.


1997 F250 XLT 7.3 ENGINE

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i need some help asap. like yesterday fast. how can i see if there are codes on my truck without having a programmer. is there any way to use the trip reset button or any way to display codes on the guage cluster somewhere? please help me
nope, you need to find a diagnostic scanner
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What kind of problems are you having?
Maybe someone on here can give you some help.
But to read codes,an OBDII won't read our trucks,you'll need something like AE or do you have a reputable diesel shop near you and they can do it for you.
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