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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-23-2011 Thread Starter
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what Code Reader for a 95 Mustang ?

I'm not 100% sure which code reader i should buy for my mustang.
seems like their are 2 types.
OBD 1 and OBD 2
i have a 95 v6

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95 Mustangs are OBDII compliant.
The standard went into place in 1996 but Ford started using OBDII in 1994 with the Mustang.

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95 Mustangs are OBDII compliant.
The standard went into place in 1996 but Ford started using OBDII in 1994 with the Mustang.
V6's only, 94 & 95 V8's where OBDI

-1995 Conv V6 H/C/I and all bolt ons
-1994 Coupe V6 built by GSS Motorsports, painted by Allen Skaggs (Flawless Customs)
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OBDII is correct, some features on some code readers won't work. It's not an issue though.
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OBDII is correct, some features on some code readers won't work. It's not an issue though.
It's not an issue until you'd like to use those unsupported features to diagnose a flooding engine issue with no codes being set by the PCM. Don't ask me how I know....lol

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