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OBD OBDII Error Codes

3 Causes and Fixes P0121 Code Chevy Silverado

A Chevy P0121 Code Silverado is a “Throttle Position (TP) Sensor 1 Performance.” Common causes include a faulty throttle body, bad throttle position sensor, and wiring. Symptoms include the engine running badly, rapid RPM changes, and possibly limp mode. If you have a Chevy Silverado and get a P0121 error code, there is a problem… Read More »

5 Causes and Fixes Ford P0022 Error Code

A Ford P0022 error code is an “Intake Camshaft Position Timing – Over-Retarded (Bank 2).” Common causes include dirty engine oils, bad or clogged VCT solenoid, and slipped timing chain Symptoms can vary but include low oil pressure, limo modem, engine pinging, and more. If you have a Ford vehicle with a P0022 OBDII Code… Read More »

3 Causes and Fixes P0299 Code Chevy Cruze

If you have a Chevy Cruze with a P0299 error code, there is an issue with low pressure from the turbo. The official definition of a P0299 code is “Turbo/Super Charger Underboost.” What is a Chevy Cruze P0299 Error Code? A P0299 OBDII error code in a Chevy Cruze is “Turbo/Super Charger Underboost.” A Chevy… 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… Read More »

How To Fix Honda Engine Error Code P3400

If you have a Honda with a P3400 OBDII error code the onbard computer is seeing a problem with the oil pressure. This includes the Honda Odyssey, Pilot, Stream, Shuttle, Accord, Palisade and more. What is a Honda P3400 Engine OBDII Error Code? A Honda with an Error Code P3400 is a “Cylinder Deactivation System… Read More »

Causes and Fixes P0496 Chevy Traverse

If you have a Chevy Traverse and it gives a P0496 OBDII error code, there is a problem with the Evap system. An OBDII scan tool will give a P0496 Evaporative Emission System High Purge Flow. There are several causes of an Evap system error which are listed below. What is a Chevy Traverse P0496… Read More »

Causes and Fixes Dodge P0420 Code

If you have a Dodge car or truck with a P0420 code, the onboard computer (ECM) is seeing an issue with the catalytic converter. The P0420 code can be caused by several things, including failed converter or failed 02 sensors. What is a Dodge P0420 Code? A Dodge P0420 OBDII error code is a “Catalyst… Read More »