P0979 BUICK code

The P0979 diagnostic trouble code gets triggered when the ECU is having problems controlling the C (a.k.a. number three) shift solenoid. The transmission problems related to this OBDII code may not be very severe at first. But they will continue to get worse, and eventually render a nonworking transmission. What does code P076A mean? The […]

P0302 BUICK code

What Does Code P0302 Mean? P0302 definition: Cylinder 2 misfire detected. Diagnosis: A multiple misfire can be caused by anything from faulty spark plugs to low engine compression. How do I fix code P0302? Zitat von Youtube: If the ignition coil is covered with engine oil or stains. Simply clean it with a wd-40 cleaner […]

P2098 BUICK code

Code P2098 is a code indicating the ECM cannot control the fuel as it needs to since the O2 sensor is not giving the fuel control closed loop control it needs to control the fuel correctly. How do I fix system Too Lean Bank 2? Zitat von Youtube: So number one guys could be bad […]

P0400 BUICK code

What the P0400 code means. P0400 is an OBD-II generic code that the engine control module (ECM) detected the engine exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve is not flowing recirculated exhaust gases when it is commanded to open the flow of gases into the intake manifold. Can you drive with P0400 code? It really depends on […]

P0134 BUICK code

Code P0134 is triggered when your vehicle’s O2 sensor (bank 1, sensor 1) is malfunctioning. The Engine Control Module (ECM) detects that the Oxygen (O2) sensor is at a standstill and is not accurately reading the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. How do I fix error code P0134? What repairs can fix the P0134 […]

P2103 BUICK code

The P2103 code is a generic powertrain code related to the fuel or air metering system, including the mass air flow sensor. In this case, the engine control module (ECM) has detected a fault with the throttle actuator control motor circuit. What does P2103 mean? OBD-II Code P2103 is defined as a Throttle Actuator “A” […]

P0339 BUICK code

The P0339 code means that the car’s computer has detected a problem with the crankshaft position sensor A circuit. In this instance, it has detected a voltage reading that is higher than the maximum set by the manufacturer. What can cause a P0339 code? Code P0339 could be caused by any of the following issues: […]

P00C6 BUICK code

What does P00C6 mean? Fuel Rail Pressure Low during Engine Cranking The code that we are pointing reference to is P00C6-Fuel Rail Pressure Low during Engine Cranking. How do you fix a fuel rail pressure sensor a high circuit? What repairs can fix the P0193 code? Add fuel to the fuel tank. Repair broken or […]

P0977 BUICK code

The P0977 code is a standard OBD trouble code that detects an issue with the shift solenoid valve B control circuit. Shift solenoids are used to help create smooth gear shifts in the automatic transmission. How do you fix a shift solenoid B malfunction? The most common repair for the P0755 code is replacement of […]

P0597 BUICK code

What the P0597 code means. If a PCM (Powertrain Control Module) stores this code, it’s because the engine’s thermostat is experiencing an issue with the control voltage. The control circuit is most likely either open or short. What causes P0597 code? If the computer receives an erroneous signal from the thermostat that indicates zero control […]