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Old 09-22-2010, 07:29 PM
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Clearing codes in OBOI?

Mods are too quick to lock my threads! D:

Continuing on from my previous thread; I replaced my o2 sensor, got rid of that code, and pulled a 23, for a bad knock sensor right after. Just as I had thought. I know I can manually pull the codes, but I wasn't sure if I could pull 2 at the same time with the jump and blink method.

Anyway, my new question is, is there a way to clear the codes without a scanner? I've read that in the 5th gen, someone had a bad knock sensor, had it replaced, and the car ran even worse then before. The old knock sensor code was messing with the new knock sensor, something along those lines. The guy had mentioned that disconnecting the neg battery terminal, and/or pulling the radio and clock fuse DID NOT reset the stored code from the old sensor. He had to go to a mechanic to have it cleared with a scanner.

Now that's OBOII, and 5th gen. Will taking off the neg battery terminal clear stored codes for the OBOI?
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Re: Clearing codes in OBOI?

obd1 = unhook the battery for 15 mins and will clear itself
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Re: Clearing codes in OBOI?

Alright, just wanted to be sure.

Now this can be locked. =x
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Re: Clearing codes in OBOI?

Maybe look into it more, but I think you can just remove the Clock/10A fuse.
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Re: Clearing codes in OBOI?

I'm having work done to my car in the next week or so. Fixing the transmission, and a timing belt / water pump change. I'll swap out the shock sensor before then, and if the car is still slugging I'll ask the mechanic to take a look with the scanner and see if he can clear it if need be.

Not too worried, I just wanted to know for my own sake of knowledge if the obo1 will FULLY clear with the methods mentioned above.
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Re: Clearing codes in OBOI?

It should be fine for OBD1.

And yes, it's OB DEEEEEEE.

As in, On-Board Diagnostics.
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