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Can someone confirm if this works or not, and if it does, will one of the moderators make this a sticky?

As long as you have the DTC boxes up under the hood ('93-'95).

1. Switch ignition on

2. Connect the fly wire to socket - A7

3. Push button 5 times

4. When LED comes on and stays on, enter code 1-1-1 as follows:
- press the button once when LED is still on
- wait for LED to go out and come on again
- press the button once when LED is still on
- wait for LED to go out and come on again
- press the button once when LED is still on
- read off response, which will be the last three digits of the odometer miles

5. Repeat steps #3-4, but enter code 1-1-2 (that is, press the button twice on the last step); read off the response, which will be the first three digits of the odometer miles. If you have less than 100,000 miles, the first digit will read as 10 blinks.
 

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Re: Reading the true milage from your ECU (MadeInJapan)

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Can someone confirm if this works or not, and if it does, will one of the moderators make this a sticky?

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Why?
I don't think anyone would want this very uninteresting bit of info besides you and certainly not worth a "sticky"
For WHAT purpose? These cars are over 10 years old, to learn ??????????
is the question
 

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JRL...you may not want this information, but some people who buy older 850's may question the true milage and want to know how many miles are really on their car. I know that I was always curious as to the true miles of our older 850. So, I hope this answers your question.

On a separate but related note, why do you have to be so damn cynical and rain down on everyone....Maybe you need your psychotropics adjusted???
 

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Well that was one of the strangest posts you ever posted.
 

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Another reason one might want to know is that broken odometers are extremely common in older volvo's, at least 850's. I just sold my 95 850GLT and the odometer has been broken for about two years and it is possible to have it scanned by the dealership to find the exact mileage along with the option of buying a new odometer with the exact mileage on it. It must be nice to be perfect and have the only opinion that matters!
 
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