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Old 01-22-2008, 11:08 PM   #5 (permalink)
bennelson
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I have no idea what an OBDI looks like.

I image Googled the OBDII connector, and what I have in the truck looks like what I found pictures of on the internet.

I also got the bright idea that my wife's 2000 Sunfire would have an OBDII connector, and that I should just look under her dashboard.

The connector in her can and my truck are the same shape, but there are different pins that have conductors. Is that something done between different brands?

See the pictures.

The first is from the 95 Chevy S10, the second is from the 2000 Pontiac Sunfire.

Does this look like the Scan Gauge would work with the S10?
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