How To Check Add or Flush Honda Civic Power Steering Fluid

If you have a Honda Civic and need to check, add, or flush the power steering fluid, it is easy to do. Keeping the fluid at the right level is needed for the power steering to operate correctly. A flush should also be done periodically as part of regular maintenance. Type of Power Steering Fluid for Honda Civic… Read More »

Causes and Fixes Chevy Cruze Overheating

The Chevy Cruze is a great car, but like all vehicle’s there are certain specific problems that can plague some models. One such problem for the Chevy Cruze is the coolant system which is notorious for having issues. From overheating to not heating at all, the coolant system causes problems for many owners. The first thing to do… Read More »

Causes and Fixes for a P219A Code

If you have a vehicle that is giving you a P219A error code, it is having an issue with the fuel delivery on bank 1. The official definition of a P219A Code is a Fuel Trim Cylinder Balance Bank 1 – Malfunction. The most common cause of a P219A OBD2 error code is a fuel injector that has… Read More »

Causes and Fixes P0430 Jeep Wrangler

If you have a Jeep Wrangler and are getting a P0430 error code, there is a problem with a catalytic converter not operating to efficiency. The official error is a “PO430: Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 2)“. Several things can cause this error, including Oxygen Sensor, Exhaust Leak, and Catalytic Converter. Since the Catalytic Converter is the… Read More »

What is a P1345 OBDII Engine Code?

If you get an OBDII code P1345, it is a “Crankshaft Position-Camshaft Position Correlation” error. This is one of the more interesting errors since the vehicle still usually runs and often is not a bad camshaft position sensor. While the Camshaft Position sensor may be bad, replacing it often does not fix a P1345 error code. Replacing the… Read More »

What is a Honda P1399 OBDII Engine Code?

If you own a Honda and get an OBDII code P1399, it is a notorious error for “Random Cylinder Misfire Detected.” It is an OBDII code specific to Honda vehicles including the Accord, CRV, Odyssey, Civic, and more. The most common fix is a bad injector or spark plug wire, but it can also be caused by other… Read More »

What is a P0443 OBDII Engine Code?

If your engine light comes on and using an OBDII scan tool, you get a P0443 code; it can be diagnosed and fixed in several steps. A P0443 OBDII engine code means the computer sees a malfunction with the EVAP (Evaporative Emission) Control System Purge Valve Circuit. The EVAP system sends fumes from the gas tank to go… Read More »