P0455 OBD2 Trouble Code: EVAP System Leak Detected (Large Leak)

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P0455 is a trouble code that appears in your engine control unit when it detects a leak in the EVAP Emission system. There could be many different reasons for this. Here is everything you have to know about the P0455 …

P0700 OBD2 Trouble Code: Transmission Control System TCS Malfunction

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A P0700 Code is stored in the engine control module when it got a signal from the transmission control module, telling something is wrong with the transmission. In this article, we will discuss the common symptoms, causes, and how to …

P0440 Code: Evaporative Emission Control System Malfunction

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A P0440 Code appears in your engine control module when it recognizes a malfunction with the EVAP system. This trouble code is often not as bad as you think. In this article, we will teach you how to get rid …

P0445 Code: Evaporative Emission Control System – Purge Control Valve Circuit Shorted

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A P0445 Code appears in the engine control unit’s memory when it recognizes something wrong with the Purge control valve. There are a few different reasons for the P0445 trouble code, which we will discuss here. P0445 Definition Evaporative Emission …

P0014 OBD-II Trouble Code: Camshaft Position B – Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1)

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The P0014 trouble code appears in your engine control unit’s fault memory when there is a problem with your camshaft timing or variable camshaft timing system. Many things can cause this, and in this article, you will find everything you …

P0740 OBD2 Trouble Code: Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction

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The P0740 trouble code appears in your transmission control module when there is a problem with the torque converter clutch circuit. There could be many causes of this, and in this guide, you will find everything you have to know …

P0123 – Throttle Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit High Input

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What Does the P0123 Code Mean? The P0123 code indicates a problem with the throttle/pedal position sensor. When the engine control module (ECM) detects that the throttle position sensor’s output voltage rating is exceeding the manufacturer specification, it generates the …

OBD2 Codes – Full Engine Code List with Information

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When you look at an error code for the first time, it may just look like a bunch of numbers or letters. But OBD2 codes actually have a logical structure that you can easily remember the next time you check …

P0420 OBD2 Trouble Code: Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1)

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P0420 is a trouble code that gets stored in your car engine’s control unit when it recognizes a problem with the catalytic converter’s efficiency. There are many different reasons for this, so you need to know how to diagnose this …

P0442 OBD2 Trouble Code: EVAP System Leak Detected (Small Leak)

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P0442 is a trouble code that appears in your engine control unit when it detects a leak in the EVAP Emission system. There could be many different reasons for this. Here is everything you have to know about the P0442 …

P1684 Code – Battery Power to PCM/TCM Module Disconnected

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You probably freaked out the moment you noticed a P1684 error code. But it shouldn’t be too much to worry about. The P1684 error code means that the power supply to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is faulty. One of …

P0300 OBD2 Trouble Code: Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected

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The P0300 trouble code appears in your engine control unit if repetitive misfires occur inside any of your car’s cylinders. There could be many reasons why this happened, and in this article, you will find everything you need to know …

P0343 Code: Camshaft Position Sensor A – Circuit High Input

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What does the P0343 code mean? The P0343 is triggered when the engine control unit receives a faulty signal or a high circuit input from the camshaft position sensor. Common causes are a bad camshaft position sensor or bad wiring. The …

P0705 Code: Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input)

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What does the P0705 code mean? The P0705 indicates that there is a problem with the transmission range sensor, also known as a transmission gear shifter, which probably makes more sense to you. If the transmission control unit receives a …

P0405 Code: Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Sensor Circuit A Low

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What Does the P0405 Code Mean? Code P0405 indicates a problem with the exhaust gas recirculation system. It is triggered when the PCM fails to detect some change in manifold air pressure when the EGR valve is activated. Some vehicles …

P0603 OBD2 Code Internal Control Module Keep Alive Memory Error

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What does the P0603 code mean? The P0603 error code is triggered when an internal error occurs in the Keep-Alive Memory Module (KAM) or the current/ground supply is faulty. While you are driving the vehicle, your engine control unit receives …

P0507 Code: Idle Control System (IAC) RPM Higher Than Expected

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Is your check engine light flashing on your cluster and you have found the P0507 error code in the memory of your engine control unit? What does this mean and how advanced is it to fix the problem? Which part should …