"NO COMMUNICATION" or "INVALID DATA" ? I have seen INVALID DATA when a California truck has a federal computer installed but I've never had NO COMMUNICATION nor do I see that on the OBD reference guide.
People are usually shocked when they find out I'm not a very good electrician.
It is my business when I hear from customers have been driving 1000 miles because techs don't know of a document that has been around for longer than they have had their license. It was called appendix J in the beginning. I have saved so many poor 1996-1998 Volvo owners and more from monitor hell by reading that document and checking for updates. I'm not telling you to memorize it, just reference it and check for updates. Everyone needs to reread the manuals and familiarize themselves with all the BAR resources without hearing about it on a forum. It's called, DOING YOUR FUCKING JOB
This is an old subject and just print the page and put by the machine I say, if you cant remember
On Sun, Oct 20, 2019, 3:41 PM Lose weight [via Stop The Star Program] <[hidden email]> wrote:
To the shops that get a obd no communication and fail the vehicle, check to see if said vehicle is on the obd reference guide first and go from there. Like the early 2000's diesel ram 2500 with that weighs over 8500 gvwr cough* cough*
Bunch of plumpy hens stop overeating!
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