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will this also work for an ECU from an OBD1 95?


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will this also work for an ECU from an OBD1 95?
I am pretty sure it will work. But you'll have to open up the ECU lid and check for the 20x2 header pinouts. Take a picture of the inside and I can confirm this for you.



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I am pretty sure it will work. But you'll have to open up the ECU lid and check for the 20x2 header pinouts. Take a picture of the inside and I can confirm this for you.
i'll try to get a pic, but i think it may be an OBD2 95 (production month of 04/95?). is there a snowball's chance in hell that it will still work?

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