Retrieving Diagnostic Codes - Black & Decker Smart Scan AD925 Instruction Manual

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Retrieving Diagnostic Codes

To retrieve your vehicle's diagnostic codes:
1. Locate the vehicle's Data Link Connector.
The vehicle's Data Link Connector (DLC) should be located under the dashboard on
the driver's side of the vehicle. If the DLC is not located under the dashboard, a label
describing the location of the DLC should be there.
Visit the Links page on www.blackanddecker.com for further help in locating
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the connector.
2. Turn ignition switch to the ON position.
For a correct reading for Diagnostic Trouble Codes, the ignition key must be in the ON
position. The engine does not require starting.
Make sure the ignition key is in the ON, not the ACCESSORY position.
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3. Plug the Tool into the vehicle's DLC.
Take the OBD II connector on the Tool and plug it into the vehicle's DLC.
The Tool retrieves diagnostic codes from the vehicle's computer modules as soon as
the Tool is connected.
Connecting the Tool to your vehicle will overwrite the diagnostic codes
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previously stored on the Tool.
4. The Tool automatically establishes communication with the vehicle.
"READING" is displayed while the Tool begins communicating with the
READING
vehicle's computer modules.
If communication fails, the Tool's display will switch (toggle) between
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displaying "Link" and "Error". See Troubleshooting on page 12 for more
information on how to fix a link error.
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