Go to an "Autozone" parts store, they'll pull your codes for free. They won't do in depth analysis, just the code numbers and a general discription of the trouble area. Look at your manual and be able to tell the guy what typt of "On Board Diagnostics" you have, it should tell you. Most cars have "OBD II" but I don't know if that goes back to '94, my '95 has it. "OBD II" stands for on board diagnostics 2nd gneration. Don't be too alarmed at a 'check engine light' if the cars is running OK, that light will come on at the slightest burp in the cars system, anything from a leaking vacuum hose to an engine miss-fire. Hope that helped you!
'95, white convertable, auto trans
, under drive pulley, cai, 3:73 gear. Just enough snap for a 62 year old kid! (my wife's a blond so the top MUST be down, or she won't get in!!)