Not without an adapter I have a handheld I can use on both OBDI and OBDII
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So you can use a obd1 scanner with a obd2 connector?
No, because the VagCom is a (PC based, Generic scan interface, and is not of a supported protocol by the OBDI (low speed) serial data. You did not provide the OBDI vehicle information or I could tell you the procedure for how to "Flash-out" the codes with the CEL (check engine light)!
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So you have one of the few 1995 GM products that have that odd combination? IT was the F bodies wasnt it? You need an OBD1 scanner with an adapter. If you just want to see the codes you just need to jump 2 pins and the CEL will flash and tell you the codes.
my snap-on-scanner has a big selection of connectors with it ,yes there is a connector but it also depends on what comuter you have.
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Can I use my OBD2 scanner to scan my OBD1 car?
I've been reading about an adapter that might make it possible called a Vag-com…but I wasn't sure. My car has a 16-pin (obd2) connector, but a OBD1 computer system, so my dad's OBD2 scanner can't pick up the codes. Is there an adapter that will make this possible?
Some do and some don't You need to check with the manufacturer your scanner You might also need the plug for OBD1 might be sold as an accessory
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