P0171 JAGUAR code

Most likely an air leak in the intake duct from the filter to the throttle body. How do I fix code P0171? What repairs can fix the P0171 code? Replacing the fuel pump. Replacing the fuel filter. Replacing the fuel pressure regulator. Replacing the powertrain control module. Replacing one or more injectors. Replacing one or […]

P0336 JAGUAR code

How do I fix error code P0336? What repairs can fix the P0336 code? Replacing a damaged reluctor wheel. Repairing or replacing a damaged crankshaft position sensor wiring or circuitry. Repairing or replacing damage or corrosion of the crankshaft position sensor connector. Repairing or replacing the crankshaft position sensor wiring harness. What does error code […]

P0304 JAGUAR code

P0304 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected“. What could cause a cylinder 4 misfire? Cylinder 4 misfires can be caused by many reasons from a faulty ignition system, fuel system, or internal engine failure. The most common reason for this to happen is faulty or worn-out spark plug coil packs, […]

P0133 JAGUAR code

Typically, the P0133 DTC is caused by an exhaust leak or poor electrical connection. I have also seen it show up with P0420, Catalyst Below Threshold (Bank 1). How do I fix error P0133? What repairs can fix the P0133 code? Usually a replacement of the oxygen sensor will fix the P0133 code. At times […]

P0160 JAGUAR code

How do I fix code P0160? What repairs can fix the P0160 code? The most common repair is replacing the faulty oxygen sensor. After that I would say that wiring repairs are the next most common repair for this trouble code. What causes P0160 code? The O2 sensor on bank 2, position 2 monitors the […]

P0108 JAGUAR code

How do I fix code P0108? The most common potential repairs to address the P0108 code are as follows: Verify the code with a scanner. Then reset the fault codes and perform a road test with a scanner attached with live data streaming. If the P0108 code comes back, then follow the test procedure. What […]

P0205 JAGUAR code

P0205 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Injector Circuit Malfunction – Cylinder 5“. What does engine code P0205 mean? OBD-II Code P0205 is defined as a Injector Circuit/Open – Cylinder 5. The engine control module (PCM) has special transistors called “drivers” to turn the Fuel Injectors on and off in the Fuel Injection System. […]

P0128 JAGUAR code

Indicates that the Thermostat Monitor has not achieved the required engine operating temperature level within a specified amount of time after starting the engine. 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 connector associated with […]

P1111 JAGUAR code

Jag uses codes P1000 and P1111 to indicate whether or not all system checks have been performed since the last time the memory was cleared. You will always get one or the other (P1000 = not all checks have been performed, P1111 = all checks have been performed since last memory clear). What is P1111? […]

P1647 JAGUAR code

If you still get a P1647, then it is probably the engine management ECU or the harness between the ECU and the bank B sensor that is faulty. What is code P1647? Zitat von Youtube: P1647 is a diagnostic trouble code for ho2 sensor control malfunction on bank 2 upstream. Under this circumstance. Stop driving […]