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Old 05-04-2014, 09:34 AM
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I used to have a 1988 Oldsmobile 98. I could read codes by using a jumper wire inserted into the computer terminal under the dash. Can I read codes on my 1997 Mirage 1.8 using the same technique or do I need to buy a code reader? Also, would this be OBD I or OBD II. Thanks for any help. I think I have a Camshaft sensor problem at least that is what former owner thought. Also any ideas where it is located...supposed to be in distributor cap but I don't see a distrbutor on my car.
 
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Old 05-04-2014, 04:45 PM
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OBD1 ceased to exist in 1996. You have OBD2 on the Mirage and need a code reader for that.
 
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