I've heard that also about touching them together but the lights always to seem to come back on after driving 50 milesDisconnect the battery cables this evening, in the morning reconnect them.
I’ve also read but cannot confirm with both cables disconnected from the battery that touching them together will clear it
No not sure. I will be replacing the TPS as it appears that's what's wrong with that circuit through mu testing (code 24). But there is another code (35) "Cooling fan relay open or shorted" in which I'm not sure if the problem is still present from the prior owner or was dealt with and the code never erased. So I just thought to clear everything after replacing the TPS and see if any codes return then go from there. I don't even know what the cooling fan relay is, does, or where it's located. My engine has a clutch fan so I don't even know what a cooling fan relay's function is.Cleared codes will only stay off if you've fixed the problem. Are you sure you got the right fix for the code?
Any idea if the 94 could use this? It says that later year vehicles had OBD II standards but were OBD I?! I don't know. And I haven't really seen just an OBD I tool anywhere as I searched. Thanks.That's a little deeper than my knowledge, but I believe it will re-occur until you get the pcm reprogrammed to ignore the electric fan circuit, Do yourself a favor and buy a $10 obd reader off Amazon that will clear the codes, and give you a digital code so you can narrow things down a little easier.
That is basically the adapter that quality OBD II scanners came with through the 2000’s. It is exactly that, an adapter, and will only work in conjunction with an OBD II scanners tool.Does anybody know about this thing at all?