The trouble code P0125 indicates a problem that your engine does not reach proper operating temperature. Learn how to diagnose and repair this code.
OBD trouble code P0161 usually means that there’s a sensor malfunction in bank 2 sensor 2. It’s usually accompanied by the Check Engine Light. Although it’s not a serious code, if left unattended to for an extended period it can damage the car engine.
The P0316 OBD2 code indicates an engine misfire on startup. Learn what you can do to diagnose this code and prevent future misfires.
The P0452 OBD2 code indicates low pressure in your EVAP system. Learn the simple fix for this common diagnostic trouble code.
The OBD2 error P0037 code indicates a problem with the oxygen sensor heating element for the sensor installed in the bank 1 sensor 2 position.