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I'm planning on buying a obd II reader, what protocol does 99 saab 9-3 have? is it SAE J1850 PWM, SAE J1850 VPW or ISO 9141-2?
 

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Reader and laptop dyno.

Works wonderfully.

Expandable. Works on all three OBDII protocols, with CAN option.

But you still need to get that checked out, my friend. There's a time when you have to call in the cavalry. This is that time.
 

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mike saunders said:
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Reader and laptop dyno.

Works wonderfully.

Expandable. Works on all three OBDII protocols, with CAN option.

But you still need to get that checked out, my friend. There's a time when you have to call in the cavalry. This is that time.
wow, thats good stuff! only if its alittle cheaper >.> it works with saab 93 right?
 

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Yep. You can find it MUCH cheaper on Ebay. That's where I bought mine.
 

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mike saunders said:
Yep. You can find it MUCH cheaper on Ebay. That's where I bought mine.
nicee, once i get my engine gong gong noised fixed i'll pick one up, hehe i'll start my saab 9-3 modification once i get engine and tranny to top shape ^^, its gonna be a challenge,,saab after market parts sooooo hard to find >.> sorry i'm use the having japanese stuff..hehe
 

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Ya know what

Buy a m105

and download the free obdgauge.com program
it's *GREAT*

I used palm n' stien to log and the obdgauge to clear codes.
although, obdgauge logs well.

and to answer your question, iso
 
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