P2270 VOLKSWAGEN code

P2270 is an OBD-II generic code for the O2 sensor signal stuck lean on bank 1 sensor 2 to the engine control module (ECM). This means that the O2 sensor in bank 1 sensor 2 indicates either too much oxygen in the exhaust stream, an open circuit, or a defective sensor which causes a lean […]

P202A VOLKSWAGEN code

Where is the reductant tank heater? The reductant heater and sender assembly heating element is located directly above the pickup tube inlet filter. What does a reductant tank heater do? The Reductant Tank Heater heats the DEF Fluid to the temperature is more efficient. If the engine control module (PCM) detects the Reductant Tank Heater […]

P0309 VOLKSWAGEN code

P0309 code definition When the P0309 trouble code appears, it means that the powertrain control module has found a misfire from cylinder number 9. 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 otherwise replace the damaged […]

P1009 VOLKSWAGEN code

How do I fix code P1009? Zitat von Youtube: Today we are going to be diagnosing. And repairing a p100 nine code on a Honda the code is often for the variable timing control solenoid that gets dirty and stuck or the screen needs to be cleaned. What does code P1009 mean? If you’ve pulled […]

P0192 VOLKSWAGEN code

What the P0192 code means. The power control module (PCM) has detected that the fuel pressure is not within the normal range which is required for proper engine operation. How do you fix fuel rail system pressure too low? What repairs can fix the P0087 code? Replacing the fuel filter or screen. Replacing kinked fuel […]

P0732 VOLKSWAGEN code

There are a number of issues that may be to blame for a P0732. The root causes can usually be traced to a faulty or broken aspect of the transmission system: Low transmission fluid. Contaminated transmission fluid. How do I fix error code P0732? How To Correct P0732 Gear 2 Incorrect Ratio Refill of Low […]

P0328 VOLKSWAGEN code

The P0328 code is telling us that there is a high input from the bank 1 knock sensor 1. The ECU detects excessively high voltage that is out of range of the knock sensor. This leads to the Check Engine Light being displayed on the dashboard. How do I fix code P0328? Zitat von Youtube: […]

P0410 VOLKSWAGEN code

P0410 is an OBD-II generic code that the engine control module (ECM) detected the engine O2 sensor did not detect an increase in the O2 level in the exhaust when the air injection system was commanded on during an active test. What causes secondary air injection malfunction? A faulty pump is generally the most frequent […]

P0546 VOLKSWAGEN code

P0546 indicates that there is a malfunction related to the exhaust gas temperature sensor circuit. The purpose of the sensor is to protect the catalytic converter from heat damage. This sensor converts temperature to voltage, and inputs this data to the PCM (powertrain control module). Where is the exhaust gas temperature sensor located? Generally, one […]

P0400 VOLKSWAGEN code

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 the cause. If the code […]