CEL Codes

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  1. Sketch o5

    Sketch o5 Señor Greengo

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    oh, ok, its the furthest 2 down on it. you take a paper clip and put on end in the reciever pin for the black wire, and the other end in the pin for the brown wire. ones all the way at the bottom of the plug, and one is on the other row, about 4 pins up or so. its hard not to find em, haha. good luck man.
     
  2. Jeffro

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    Are the codes showing up for anyone, and just not me? I need to know a code P0240 and its not in my Haynes and these images aren't showing up... :mad:
     
  3. BKLYN ACCORD

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    uhh what does this code mean and how do i fix it p1486
     
  4. BlkCurrantKord

    BlkCurrantKord Super Moderator

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    You dont need to ask twice.
     
  5. BKLYN ACCORD

    BKLYN ACCORD Well-Known Member

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    i did not ask twice. just said anyone. still need to know btw
     
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    njmodi Well-Known Member

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    Ok - i've searched all over and I cannot find which pins are supposed to be jumpered - the only post I found, says the "lowest" two pins... is there another how-to somewhere that i missed?

    I figured pulling the codes should be the most obvious DIY out there - but I cannot find a definitive one anywhere.. btw, I have an 02 5spd...

    Does anyone have a link handy? or a pic they can upload showing exactly which pins need to be jumped to make the codes blink out?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  7. BadgerType

    BadgerType Resident ***hole

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    if it makes it an easier, you jump the black and brown wires.
     
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    Good enough :) yes - that is much clearer :)
     
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    BadgerType Resident ***hole

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    yeah, mine just about cut off so i go by color now. thinking abt making a small switch for all my CELs, lol
     
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    which code is it for Manufacter Fuel air metering ( VAcume leak )
     

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