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Hi,
I'm new here obviously, I have a 96 Avalon (built in 95) that has OBD I instead of II. I have an intermittent check engine light, and whenever I try to get a shop to pull the code, it always goes off like 10 minutes before I get there. I know on my old GM OBD I vehicle you could just jump 2 ports with a paper clip and pull the code from the car that way. Is there any trick I could do to the Avalon to pull the code? Also, can someone help me with reference files to the code meanings? thanks.
 

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Your Avalon should be OBD-II... Check for the OBD-II connector under your steering column.

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Are you sure that it is OBD I? I was under the impression that the Avalons started out as OBD II cars, but I haven't done much research on the older Avalons. :confused:
 
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