for a '99 what you're looking for is an OBD2 scanner... the main difference
between auto manufacturers is the interface... DC uses an ISO9141-2
interface... Here's a link: it's an interface that allow you to plug a
computer (laptop) in and the software to make it work...
I know someone who's using it on his '98 Neon... he can gather alot of
data... enough to calculate his HP given the weight of his car..
>In a message dated 8/6/99 6:18:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
><< Thanks , I called Summit and they don't have one for the 99. I did get
> the problem resolved though and the truck is up and running. I still want
> get the scanner. Dodge says $3000.00+ and only for licensed mopar repair
> Ted O >>
>Snap On has then but probably not much cheaper.
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