Troubleshoot faulty components and sensors of your Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep with our complete list. Click here to learn more!
The P1345 on GM vehicles is very hard to diagnose, especially when stored alongside other codes. However, do not worry, this article shows you how to.
Understand the OBDII Error code P1131 displayed on Ford Vehicles. Learn about its causes and ways to diagnose and resolve this problem.
The P1101 Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) experienced in most Chevy Cruze vehicles can be quickly fixed by replacing the PCV regulator diaphragm on the valve cover or the intake manifold
P1399 is a common yet dreaded error in Honda vehicles. It appears when your vehicle random cylinder misfire. Here are easy steps to help you solve and avoid it altogether.
The P0132 trouble code turns on when the heated O2 sensor in bank 1 sensor 1 is giving a higher voltage reading than it should.
The P0452 OBD2 code indicates low pressure in your EVAP system. Learn the simple fix for this common diagnostic trouble code.
The trouble code P0341 indicates your vehicle’s ECM has detected a problem with the signal coming from the Camshaft Position Sensor
The trouble code P0299 indicates that your vehicle’s turbo or supercharging system is creating an underboost condition. Generally, problems in your turbo/supercharger system should be taken seriously and repaired as soon as possible …
The P2002 OBD2 code indicates a diesel particulate filter operating at sub-par efficiency. Learn how to diagnose and fix this code.