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Old April 14th, 2005, 02:54 PM
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Clearing codes for 94 D-90

Does anyone know how to clear the codes for a 94 D-90. I printed some items off this site but that method does not seem to be working. Wanted to know if anyone has other methods. Thanks for the help ahead of time.

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Old April 14th, 2005, 02:58 PM
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Does anyone know how to clear the codes for a 94 D-90. I printed some items off this site but that method does not seem to be working. Wanted to know if anyone has other methods. Thanks for the help ahead of time.
On mine all I do is disconnect the battery for about 5 minutes. Works every time. Others have reported various success with that method.
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Old April 14th, 2005, 03:02 PM
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Unplug the bulb in the dash?

Just kidding, you don't want to ignore the check engine (yellow) light. It should reset itself after several on-off cycles if there are no faulty sensor reading. You can pull the bulb for the service engine light (red) if you don't want to take off your AC to reset the emissions timer.
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I broke down and bought an OBDII scanner at Auto Zone. They have one which is really simple and costs around $75.00.
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OBDII only works for 97's. 94&95 Rovers are OBDI. Just FYI. Don't know if the OBDII scanner is backwards compatible with earlier cars.
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yeah, I have it. I will dig it up. I remember it had something to do with the white wire....
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