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Vehicle Diagnostics
Pending Codes are only reported if a problem occurs during the current
or last completed drive cycle. Pending Codes do not necessarily
indicate a faulty component or system. Pending Codes convert to
Confirmed Trouble Codes when an emissions problem persists long
enough to be considered a real problem, ont an anomaly. Pending
Codes are indicated with a PENDING descriptor.
From the Diagnostic Menu:
1. Select Read Codes.
a. Press the
UP or
DOWN
arrow key until Read Codes is
highlighted.
b. Press
EN T ER
.
2. Select Module.
If the Tool supports ABS and SRS for
the user selected vehicle, the Select
Module menu is shown. If no menu is
shown, only Global OBDII codes are
read.
a. Press the
UP or
DOWN
arrow key to highlight module.
b. Press
EN T ER
.
Note: When the symbol appears on the display, you can read codes
by pressing the User key.
If an Error message displays, make sure the vehicle diagnostics cable
is attached. Turn the ignition key off for 10 seconds, then on. (This may
be required to reset the vehicle computer. If the problem still exists, see
Error Messages” on page 5-1.)
3. View diagnostic results and
write down the DTCs.
Four possible results can occur:
a. If the information returned by
the vehicle does not match the
vehicle selected, you may get
an Unexpected Results
message.
!!!!DIAGNOSTIC MENU
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Read Codes
Erase Codes
MIL Status
I/M Monitor
View Data
View Freeze Data
Select Module
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ABS
Airbag
Global OBDII
Unexpected Results
=========================
DTCs may be present
No definitions
found. Verify
selected vehicle
is correct.
Press ENTER to cont.
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