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Old 04-03-2012, 09:16 PM  
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We used 4 different, NO WAY to read codes from Jimny 2005, M13A engine, ELM 327, Maxiscan, etc...

Anybody knows what scanner can read the codes??? I need some help please, thanks from Costa Rica
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The OBD communications are actually driven by the legislative requirements of the market the vehicle is built for - US market had to have OBDII in 1996, UK & Europe had to have EOBD in 2001 - some countries have no such legislation, and some countries have vehicles which were built for other markets - I live in Guyana, South America but drive a Grand Vitara built for the African market and this was imported new by the Suzuki dealer from Japan.

To make a long story short - it's quite difficult to predict with any accuracy what will work - however - a good place to start is by examining the diagnostic connector to see which pins are populated.

A Jimny will probably have a 16 pin connector, knowing which pins are wired will suggest specific protocols.

By the way - there's a 99% probability a Vetronix Tech2 will work - that's what the Suzuki dealers use.
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Pins used are: # 4, 5, 7 and 16, maybe iso 9142... all scanners used are made with this protocol... I donīt understand why didnīt read codes...

Thanks a lot, and sorry I donīt speak english very well...
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The protocol is most liekly to be SDL/KWP as mentioned here:

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