You can go to some off the auto parts stores such as Autozone and they can pull codes and tell you what the problem could be.
You can't. It requires a scanner to read them.
You can't, you must use a scanner.
You can go to auto zone parts store and thay will do it for you FREE. You must have a OBD2 engine scanner to pull the codes.
You need an OBDII scanner to retrieve the trouble codes.
You will need a diagnostic scanner to retrieve the codes.
That requires an OBDII engine scanner to read the transmission codes.
since 1995 to present, you have to retrieve codes by use of a obd2 scanner.
the connection is on drivers side at bottom of dash, where driver sits. use a obd2 scanner to extract codes. if any codes you can use scanner to erase codes when fixed.
You go to a advance auto parts store and ask them if they will scan you engine for you. Thay will do it for free. NEUTZ
You can't. You need the codes and a scanner.
No obd2 requires a code reader or scanner.
Reading diagnostic codes is easy. The driver plugs the reader/scanner into the diagnostic port of the vehicle, and the scanner/reader will give a code if there is a problem, and tell them the type of problem.