Hello, my check engine came on today. I wasn't sure what was going on, but I have an OBD II scanner at home, so I thought I would check out what code came up before I bring it in to the dealer. But after I connected the OBD II scanner to the car, the scanner kept having error that the car did not respond. Then I checked the connectors and it seems to me that the pins on the car connector and the OBD II scanner don't match. I search on the internet, and did not really find anything. The one thing I found on the internet is a picture of an OBD II connector on the a Sorento. But this OBD II connector seem to be different from the one in my Borrego. Anyway, I can't scan the OBD code, so I took the car into the dealer, and the service manager there was nice enough to check the gas cap for me and found that it was loose. He told me that the engine check light should go away in a day or two. But I'm still bugged that I my OBD II scanner doesn't work with this car. I wonder if it requires a different connector/cable. I think the car manual does say that it's OBD II.
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