P0807 CHRYSLER code

The P0807 code appears in vehicles using manual transmissions and indicates that the powertrain control module (PCM) has found a malfunction in the clutch position sensor circuit. It can appear in automatic vehicles, meaning there is a PCM error. How do I fix code P0807? Replace/Repair These Parts To Fix OBD Code P0807 Clutch Start […]

B1B02 CHRYSLER code

What is a B1B02 code? DTC B1B02: Driver’s Air Bag Module (1st squib) System (Squib Circuit Open) DTC B1B06: Driver’s Air Bag Module (2nd squib) System (Squib Circuit Open) caution. If DTC B1B02 <1st squib> or B1B06 <2nd squib> is set in the SRS-ECU, always diagnose the CAN main bus line. Where is the airbag […]

P0369 CHRYSLER code

P0369 code definition The P0369 code is a notification that the camshaft sent an outgoing signal from position sensor “B” from bank one that was missed at some point. It is an intermittent issue that is an electrical circuit problem. How do I fix code P0344? What repairs can fix the P0344 code? Replacing a […]

P0736 CHRYSLER code

A P0736 code is stored when the vehicle delays shifting into reverse gear, or will not shift into reverse at all. This could be due to a problem within the transmission, but there can be other causes as well, including: A faulty shift solenoid. Dirty or low transmission fluid. How do I fix error code […]

P0440 CHRYSLER code

P0440 is an OBD-II generic code that the engine control module (ECM) has detected a leak in the fuel tank vapor system or a vapor pressure sensor has malfunctioned. Is it OK to drive with a P0440 code? The P0440 code is not an emergency code, as it doesn’t affect your ability to drive the […]

P0432 CHRYSLER code

The P0432 code means that your catalytic converter for bank 2 of your engine is performing below what it should be. Generally, this is a sign that the converter has failed, but the problem may be related to an oxygen sensor. How do you fix the engine code P0430? What repairs can fix the P0430 […]

P0320 CHRYSLER code

P0320 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Ignition/Distributor Engine Speed Input Circuit Malfunction“. What causes P0320 code? Code P0320 is triggered when the Distributor/Crankshaft Position Sensor signal is interrupted, unreliable or irrational. A vehicle with this code should be taken in to a repair shop for diagnosis. How do you fix the ignition distributor […]

P0299 CHRYSLER code

The P0299 code indicates that the Turbo or Supercharger “A” has excessively low output. The ECU looks for a specific range of boost and when the low boost is detected by the ECU, it sets a P0299 code. This code will illuminate a Check Engine Light on the dashboard and may put the vehicle in […]

P0405 CHRYSLER code

P0405 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Exhaust Gas Recirculation Sensor Circuit A Low“. What does fault code P0405 mean? Exhaust Gas Recirculation Sensor A Circuit OBD-II Code P0405 is defined as a Exhaust Gas Recirculation Sensor A Circuit Low. NOx gases, which are a leading cause of acid rain and in some people, […]

P0274 CHRYSLER code

The engine control module (PCM) has special transistors called “drivers” to turn the Fuel Injectors on and off in the Fuel Injection System. If the PCM cannot control the fuel injector, it will set code P0274. A vehicle with this code should be taken in to a repair shop for diagnosis. What does code P0274 […]