2000 trooper abs and tod code lights

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2000 trooper abs and tod code lights

Postby joe steele » Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:24 am

2000 trooper Put two new split boots on front outer joints. A messy but easy fix. Have a abs code light on and the bottom axle light is blinking with a check light . I guess the bottom axle is the rear. How do I find the code. Won't show on regular scanner, Do i NEED a TECH 2.
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Postby TKEPA251 » Tue Mar 22, 2011 1:04 pm

Try a Modis scanner. Most Transmission shops use those
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Postby deermagnet » Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:08 pm

As you know, the ABS, TOD, and airbag codes cannot be read and erased with an OBDII scanner, so here's how you easily do it yourself without a scanner. This is for a '99 Isuzu Vehicross that I posted over at the Vehicross forum. I just checked the '00 Isuzu Trooper Shop Manual and it's exactly the same procedure.



This is a wire that you use to jump the terminals at the data port-

Here's a video I made showing the TOD check light flashing the code.
The code is 12 of course, meaning everything is normal.

5 seconds, 439 kb, wmv file-

5 seconds, 5.9 mb, mpg file-


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