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Old 01-23-2008, 03:29 AM   #8 (permalink)
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bennelson -

From what I have read, different car makers had to comply with the OBDII standard by 1996, but may have been implementing parts of the standard before that year, i.e. in preparation. It *might* be that the truck will talk to the ScanGauge, but not report all the data. In the table you showed from ScanGauge, it *might* be that the programming for the 4.3 liter S10 was more advanced than the programming for 4 cylinder.

I can see from the picture that the connections are different. My car is different too.

I would send ScanGauge an e-mail and see what they say.

EDIT: The ScanGauge can be transferred to the Sunfire, no problemo. You just have to set the engine size and tank size.

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