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Nope not OBD. You'll have to run the diagnostic codes for the ecu. Pickup a Hayne's manual and it'll show you how. Best $20 spent on your car.
 

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Oh. Don't mean to be cheap, but this car is actually in the process of being sold and it really isn't mine, it's my girlfriends, is there online instructions somewhere to check the codes and what they mean? Or could someone help give me some simple instructions on doing so?
 

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A Hayne's manual is like $5 online. Don't be a cheap-o.

I guess you could download the FSM and find that out too....

<http://www.carfiche.com>
 

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bit harsh. as you already read, the car is being sold so i didn't really want to spend the $20 on a manual that i would use just to check engine codes and for a car that is going to be sold and isn't mine. hope u guys can understand that. plus being a college student, in cali, money gets tight at times. i wasn't aware of an online manual. I was just hoping you guys would know of DIY websites like one for my dad's maxima that gives the info on how to do such things.

http://www.motorvate.ca/mvp.php

on a side note, i totally justify a repair manual as i have one for other cars that i or my family owns. thanks otherwise for your help.
 
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