P0174 Code: System Too Lean (Bank 2)

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A P0174 is a trouble code that appears when the O2 sensor on bank 2 feels that the air-fuel mixture is over its ability to correct it. There are several possible reasons for this. Here is everything you need to …

OBD1 Codes – Reading & Trouble Code List

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Do you have a GM car between 1980 to 1995? If so, there is a big chance that you have an OBD1 connector (ALDL) in your car model. This connector is unique and applies to Pontiac, Chevrolet, GMC, Oldsmobile, Cadillac, …

P0171 OBD2 Trouble Code: System Too Lean (Bank 1)

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A P0171 code appears in the engine control unit when the Oxygen sensor on bank 1 recognizes a too lean air-fuel mixture for the sensor to correct it. Several different things could cause this trouble code. Here is what you …

P0193 OBD-II Trouble Code: Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input

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The P0193 trouble code gets stored in the trouble code memory when the engine control unit recognizes a too high signal from the fuel rail pressure sensor. There could be some different causes of this, and in this article, you …

P0410 Code – Secondary Air Injection System Malfunction

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Are you struggling with, and can’t get rid of, the P0410 code? Then this is the article for you. Here you will find the right information to get rid of the P0410 code. What Does the P0410 Code Mean? Code …

P0344 Code: Camshaft Position Sensor – Intermittent

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What does the P0344 code mean? Error code P0344 indicates that the engine control unit has received, or is receiving, an incorrect signal from the camshaft position sensor. The code indicates that the problem was intermittent and may no longer …

P0132: O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1)

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What Does the P0132 Code Mean? If the powertrain control module (PCM) registers the error code P0132, this indicates that there is a problem with the O2 oxygen sensor. More specifically, if the PCM monitors that the O2 oxygen sensor …

P0562 Code – System Voltage Low

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Code P0562 is a general error code, i.e. it applies to all car models from around the year 2000 onwards. It is a common error code, and we have used our automotive technicians to answer your questions on how you …

P0340 Code: Camshaft Position Sensor – Circuit Malfunction

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A P0340 Code gets stored in the engine control module when it got a faulty signal from the Camshaft position sensor. There are some possible causes of this, and in this article, you will learn how to diagnose it properly. …

P0137 Code – O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage

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What Does the P0137 Code Mean? The word “bank” in the automotive world refers to the side of the engine. There are two banks inside the car: Bank 1 and Bank 2. In some cars, Bank 1 is the left …

P0336 OBD-II Trouble Code – Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance

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The P0336 gets stored in the engine control units trouble code memory when there is a problem with the signal to the crankshaft position sensor. There could be many reasons for this, and in this article, we will teach you …