P2454 DODGE code

P2454 Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor A Circuit Low. How do I fix code P2454? How To Correct P2454 Diesel Particulate Filter Pressure Sensor A Circuit Low Make sure to mend the faulty flawed DPF pressure sensor A harness. Repair or replace the quirky DPF pressure sensor A circuit. You must fix the defective DPF […]

P0676 DODGE code

The P0676 code is a generic powertrain code related to issues with a computer output circuit. In this case, it means that an issue has been noted with the glow plug circuit in cylinder 6 of a vehicle’s engine. Codes related to the P0676 include: P0670: Glow Plug Module Control Circuit. What is a p0676 […]

P0128 DODGE code

What Does Code P0128 Mean? Dodge P0128 definition: Coolant Thermostat Temperature Below Regulating Temperature. Issue Severity: LOW– Continued driving for a short period of time is okay. How do I fix code P0128? What repairs can fix the P0128 code? Replacing the thermostat (most common repair) Replacing the coolant temperature sensor, or the wiring and […]

P0457 DODGE code

The EVAP system communicates with the PCM and when there is a vacuum leak in the system, there are one of three codes that can be triggered: P0455, P0456, or P0457 depending on the severity of the leak. When the trouble code P0457 is set, there is a large leak in the EVAP system. How […]

U0200 DODGE code

How do I fix code U0100? After all, we don’t want to do that unless it’s absolutely necessary. First, Check Your Battery. This may sound obvious, but check your voltage before you look at anything else. … Check For ECM and TIPM/BCM Trouble Codes. … Check the Wiring Harness. … Check the CAN C Bus […]

P0966 DODGE code

P0966 code definition P0966 is the fault code for Pressure Control Solenoid B Control Circuit Low, indicating a problem in the system which controls the pressure in the automatic transmission clutch. What is code P0966? OBD-II Code P0966 is defined as a Pressure Control Solenoid “B” Control Circuit Low. The Transmission Fluid Pressure Solenoid allows […]

P1351 DODGE code

How do I fix error code P1351? Zitat von Youtube: Well first carefully remove the ignition control module from the engine visually check the ignition control modular's electrical connections. And metal surface for any damages. What can cause a P1351 code? What are the common causes of code P1351? Damaged, burnt, shorted, disconnected, or corroded […]

P0478 DODGE code

P0478 code definition In the event that the PCM stores the P0478 code, it means that there has been an abnormally high voltage reading from the exhaust system back pressure control valve circuit. What is a exhaust pressure control valve? The exhaust pressure control valve detects changes in the pressure of the exhaust gases to […]

P0120 DODGE code

Diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P0120 stands for “Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor ‘A’ Circuit.” It is triggered once the powertrain control module (PCM) detects abnormal voltage readings from one of your car’s TP or APP sensors. How do I fix error code P0120? What repairs can fix the P0120 code? Repairing or replacing the TPS connector. Repairing […]

P203F DODGE code

OBD Code P203F – Reductant Level Too Low This code is defined as Reductant Level Too Low and is set by the PCM when it detects an improper signal from the Reductant Level Sensor. What is fault code P203F? Zitat von Youtube: P203f is a diagnostic trouble code for reductant level too low. Under this […]