P0675 RAM code

P0675 code definition A P0675 trouble code indicates that the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) has reported an issue in engine cylinder 5’s glow plug circuit. What is P0675 code? P0675 – OBD II Trouble Code. What does OBD-II fault code P0675 mean? The Glow Plug is used on diesel engines to preheat the cylinder before […]

P0672 RAM code

What the P0672 code means. P0672 applies to diesel vehicles and it means that the glow plug in cylinder #2 has failed to produce the high level of heat required to perform a cold start in a diesel engine. What does cylinder 2 glow plug circuit open mean? OBD II fault code P0672 is a […]

P0308 RAM code

What the P0308 code means. The P0308 trouble code means that the powertrain control module (PCM) has detected an issue with the ignition of the fuel being provided to cylinder 8. This must usually happen multiple times before a trouble code is stored and the Check Engine Light is illuminated. What would cause a P0308 […]

P0841 RAM code

What the P0841 code means. The P0841 code indicates that the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) has discovered an abnormality in the transmission fluid pressure sensor circuit. How do I fix code P0841? What Repairs Will Fix P0841? Change transmission fluid and filter. Repair leaks. Repair or replace damaged wiring and connectors. Replace transmission fluid pressure […]

P2108 RAM code

How do I fix error code P2108? What repairs can fix the P2108 code? Replacing the throttle position sensor or its circuitry. Replacing the throttle body motor or entire throttle body depending on the build style. Replacing the throttle control module or powertrain control module. How do I fix code U0107? How to diagnose and […]

P0671 RAM code

The P0671 code indicates that the PCM has detected an abnormal voltage reading from the glow plug circuit in cylinder 1. What causes a P0671 code? Zitat von Youtube: And see the error code p0671. It means that the pcm detects the glow plug voltage reading does not match the manufacturer specifications on cylinder number. […]

P0674 RAM code

A P0674 trouble code is stored on the PCM when the reference voltage from the glow plug circuit in cylinder 4 has a variance of 10 percent over manufacturer specifications. In addition to storing a P0674 trouble code, the Check Engine Lights also illuminates. What is P0674 code? What does OBD-II fault code P0674 mean? […]

P0234 RAM code

What the P0234 code means. P0234 is a generic OBD-II code that is triggered when the Engine Control Module (ECM) detects that the intake boost pressure sensor input signals intake pressure above the maximum specified pressure by 4 psi for more than 5 seconds. What can cause a P0234 code? What are the Possible Causes […]

P0342 RAM code

P0342 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Low Input“. What does P0342 code mean? P0342 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) that stands for “Camshaft Position Sensor ‘A’ Circuit Low.” It basically means that your PCM is not detecting a correct signal from your camshaft position sensor. Designation “A” refers […]

P0676 RAM code

Typically, a P0676 code means the glow plug for cylinder 6 has failed to heat up properly and could be damaged. What is code P0678 mean? What the P0678 code means. The P0678 code is a generic OBD-II trouble code indicating a problem with the glow plug circuit in cylinder number 8. Glow plugs are […]