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    Yes Pulling Codes On OBD Is Easy And Simple....! Old Skool Fix

    I Still Don't Think The 99 Models Are OBD-II.....
    TOYOTA Sprinter 86- AE80 DOHC 20v'D TOYOTA Corolla 98- AE101 4AFE 16v

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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    Yes Pulling Codes On OBD Is Easy And Simple....! Old Skool Fix

    I Still Don't Think The 99 Models Are OBD-II.....
    Brother you are right local VTi is OBD-I and local city Exis was OBD-0, US version 6th gen civics got OBD-II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradpit View Post
    Brother you are right local VTi is OBD-I and local city Exis was OBD-0, US version 6th gen civics got OBD-II.
    YESS...That's What I Was Wondering How Come That Models Become OBD-II.....The Next Gen Motors/Models Were OBB-II Complaints..
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    read the codes from the check light flash sequence after shorting the diag pins, for shifting problem - your transmission is hydraulic it has a kickdown cable that sets shift timing and also aggression of the shift. So if your engine is in bad tune you need to first rectify the problem of acceleration then adjust the kickdown cable.
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    replaced throttle body and one one injector was bad, replaced tht too.... pick is fine....
    Although with AC on, it still feels lagging...

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