OBD 1 port - jumper wire method

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    OBD 1 port - jumper wire method

    Hey guys. I did this a while back.
    I have to read the service engine soon code on a 1993 Toyota Corolla.
    I know they have the diagnostic port under the hood- by the firewall.
    In the past I used the jumper method.

    I cant recall the exact ports to jump.
    I think it was Tc and E1.... would this be correct?
    I did a quick search online and im not getting any hits...

    Thanks.

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    Re: OBD 1 port - jumper wire method

    The fix is to trade it in on a new GM product.
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    Re: OBD 1 port - jumper wire method

    unfortunately its not mine.
    or it wold have been gone a long time ago.

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