06 mustang gt with Roush package sport has engine check light on code shows PO 403 Can you explain code?
PO403 Is rather generic. It simply means that the circuit has failed somehow. This means that the connector on your Exhaust Gas Recircultion sensor could have simple come off. I recommend that you take this to your Ford dealership. They can pin-point the prblem. They have to fix these types of problems for free for a certain amount of time and mileage. It is a government thing. Hope this helps.
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What do you check if a 1999 Mustang has a check engine light code P1413 SAI system monitor circuit low input?
If I'm not mistaken, the code you are refering to is for the Secondary Air Injection system. The system injects air into the exhaust if the car during the first few moments after you start the car. It's purpose is to assist in warming the catlyitic convertors to operating temperature. As this module… is part of the emmissions system, you may be covered under Ford's emmissions warrantry. You will need to check with your local Ford service center to determine if your car still applies to this "Emissions Warranty." If you have any more questions feel free to ask. I have been told that one of the two vacuum solonoids located on top of the EGR and regulator valve assembly are in line with the air pump. I haven't found out which one yet (I need to replace it and am doing on-line research to determine which one it is). If one of these solonoids is malfunctioning electrically, it could also cause the same problem. I paid $400 for a new air pump to be installed and still have the P1413 but the ford diagnostics say "change out the pump". So apparently something is awry here. The mechanic who changed the pump got advice from one of the mechanics at a different shop who is more of an expert, and I'm relaying what I was told here. I hope it helps both of us. I'm going to go to Ford and determine which solonoid it is and replace it myself. They are both "on top" of the pipe where the EGR 'master regulator' is, and have both vacuum hoses and electrical connections to them. One of these two is likely to be the cause. there is also an electronic relay mounted to the side of the air pump. I had this problem, changed the relay out. However I still got 1 spurious P1413 after I verified the electric air pump would spin. So maybe there are multiple causes here. I took the precaution of using electrical contact cleaner on the wiring before I re-connected it also, just in case. But if there is a problem between the relay and the computer, I bet this would cause it as well. (MORE)
Pull the codes from the computer with a scanner, match the code to the troubleshooting procedure, follow the procedure to find the source. Repair the source, light will go out if that was the only problem. There are "monitors" or self test the computer runs the car through, if a problem occurs, it m…ay not run all of the self tests until that problem is taken care. Therefore, another problem may exist. Depending on where you live, you can pull into any AutoZone store. They will read the codes from any OBDC2-compatible car, FOR FREE. (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nJust from recent experience, I have noticed when my check engine light has come on and I want it to go away, I cycle the key to the position right before actually starting the car up three times. The real way to erase it is by using the diagnostic tool at your local au…toparts store, plus its free!!\n. \n. \n Answer \nAn "Advance Auto Parts" or "AutoZone" or any other typical auto parts store will be able to hook up their OBD II device to your ODB II port typically under the dash, around/near the steering wheel. They can tell you what is giving the code, and also clear/reset the code.\n. \nNow, if the light turns on again? Take it back there, have them give you the code again (if it's a new/different code) - have them reset it, then go have the problem fixed.\n. \nI've also heard you can reset it by removing the negative terminal from the battery....but I'm not really a mechanic type....so not too sure. (MORE)
By paying to hooking up an OBD2 scanner. It will display the codes fix problem erase codes and if is fixed light is gone
Answer . See Haynes Repair Manual, for 1986-2001 Tracker, sec. 6-11. However, it is a two person job. One with a short jumper wire at the engine compartment and one in the vehicle with a pencil and paper. There are too many codes (5) and the causes and possible repairs to list here due to copyri…ght laws. \n. \nFirst: locate the test connector on the passenger side of the engine compartment above the spring housing on the right fender lining. It is a small white plastic device with four "I" shaped ports. They are numbered from the top left as 1, 2 then the bottom row is 3 and 4. You will be using ports 2 and 3. The codes will flash on the dashboard in a designated fashion according to the five codes. (MORE)
Your Check engine light stays on everything seems to be fine these are the codes that show up code P0440 and code P0452 can you tell you what they are related to?
Answer . \nP0452 is fuel tank pressure sensor circuit fault. I have never heard of a P0440, but 400 series codes are in the emmissions, i.e., EGR and Evap system. I would try to fix the 452 and see if the 440 goes away with it.
P0302 means number two cylinder has a misfire, due to possibly a spark plug, spark plug wire, ignition coil, fuel injector or something mechanical in the engine like a bad valve, valve spring or piston ring etc. For future reference OBD II codes are listed at DenLorsTools.com Tech articles under OBD… II codes and scan tools.. Answer . P0302 is a Cylinder Number 2 Misfire. Start at the front of the engine, where all the accessories are mounted(alternator, power steering pump, etc) then count each each spark plug from left to right in normal order. The cylinder to the left will be 1, and the cylinder to the far right will be 4. When you locate number 2 cylinder, check the plug wire for damage. remove the spark plug and inspect it for wear. A new set of spark plugs and wires will probably fix your problem. Otherwise it may me a coil pack or ignition module. Hope this helps.. Answer . It means the for some reason cylinder #2 isn't firing properly. That is usually a spark plug, plug wire, or ignition coil issue. But at times, I have found that an internal problem in the cylinder, like a valve sticking. I have also had a fuel injector cause this. Commonly too, on engines with individual EGR ports, one to each cylinder, I have had restricted EGR ports do this, in a situation where all but one was restricted. I would start with the easiest and most common fix, plugs and wires, and go from there.. (MORE)
Answer . Turn your car on -- make sure you are see the odometer -- not the "trip meter" but the actual mileage odometer. . Turn your car off. press the odometer button down, while you turn your car on. The numbers will turn into "--" one by one until all gone. Then it is reset. .
I just came in from the cold, fixing the same problem you are talking about (P0113). My 3.4L V6 01 Alero was hard shifting with the Service Engine light on. The Diagnostic Trouble Code was P0113: Intake Air Temperature Circut, High Input. The Trouble Code P1111 is a similar problem: Intake Air Tempe…rature sensor circut intermittent high voltage. Hoping for the easy fix I bought and installed a new IAT sensor (AKA: Air Charge Sensor) at AutoZone for $13.99, but it didn't help anything. The problem was the wiring leading to the sensor had broken. The IAT sensor shares the same 5V reference voltage with the Coolant Sensor and the Throttle Position Sensor. When the wire broke at the IAT Sensor, the TPS signal got messed up telling the computer to up the transmission pressure to "protect" the transmission. (Even though it felt like it was destroying the transmission shifting that hard) The solution to the problem was to order a new IAT Sensor connector pigtail, GM Part #12102620/ AC Delco Part #PT307/ PICO Part #5616. I found mine at bmotorsports.com for under $8.00 after shipping. Stagger your cuts on the pigtail wires, heat shrink both butt connectors, and re-apply some electrical tape and you'll be back to smooth shifting in no-time!. (MORE)
Reset check light . \nI think you take off the + batt.cable for about 15 seconds then reconect. Should be reset... Rick D
How do you check the OBD problem code without a diagnostic tool and reset the check engine light on a 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sport?
Answer . Turn the ignition on/off 5 times i.e. on-off-on-off-on within 5 seconds then count the number of times the check engine light flashes. You'll find the associated engine problem at this site:. http://www.dirtroad.com/codes.htm. Good luck!
2001 expedition 5.4 check engine light went on and i scanned it and came up with po 172 and po 175 codes my scanner says bank one rich and bank two rich for both whats the fix thanks?
The way, I took care of this problem on my 98 Ford Expedition XLT. Was I bought 2 big bottles of Fuel Injector Cleaner? I did it for the next two fill up's and what it did was clean all 4 Oxygen sensors. Problems fix the easy and cheapest way too.... Oxygen Sensor. There are actually (4) O2 sensor…s on your truck. IF you look inside the wheel wells behind the fender liner, right about where the frame is one O2 sensor, the other is underneath the truck about half way back in relation to the transmission. IF you see where the exhaust joints together, you went about 6" too far. When you start looking at the O2 sensors, they are normally numbered something like "Bank 1 Sensor 1" Bank 1 is on the passenger side; Bank 2 is on the driver's side. Sensor 1 is the upstream sensor (near the frame, between the block and the cat) and Sensor 2 is near the Y-pipe (downstream of the cat). Normally it is the upstream sensors (sensor 1) that go first. They see the harshest conditions.. Auto Zone sales the Oxygen sensors for $50.00 each. *** (MORE)
Answer . They pertain to different problems the engine might be having, To check them read them as flash flash pause flash flash flash....that would be code 23 Check what they mean at the following website http://www.troublecodes.net/suzuki/
Answer . The code means you have a problem with the evaporative emissions system. Generally the cause is a loose gascap. Before spending money on diagnosis, make sure the cap is tight and have the code cleared. If the light comes back on, the system needs to be checked for leaks, faulty canister…,and/or vacuum valves. (MORE)
According to the Chrysler "tech connect" tech. help website, P0073 is Ambient air temp sensor high. Likely cause is the sensor itself.
Answer . ford escorts manufactured 1996 and after need to be connected to the data link - located on the left side between your fuse box and steering column; use an OBDC-II diagnostic scanner. I bought an OBDC-I for my escort at walmart for $50.00.
Answer . Either try disconnecting battery for about 10 mins. or bring to a shop and have it scanned to determine problem and clear codes. Answer . Either try disconnecting battery for about 10 mins. or bring to a shop and have it scanned to determine problem and clear codes
PO740 is a Chrysler specific code that involves your Torque Converter Clutch Circuit The problem could be in the TCC solenoid, or the torque converter itself.
Replace converter and o2 sensors check engine light came on after 4 days what next to check for code po 420?
Monitor B1 S2 with scanner that does live data with graphs. Graphfor B1 S2 should be almost flat line at .5 volt or more with enginerunning at 2500 rpm for 10 minutes. If not check for vacuum leaks,exhaust leaks. Year, make, model and engine info would be helpful.
1. Purchase an OBD II code reader machine from an auto parts store. 2. Or the easier, cheaper way: take your vehicle to Aamco Transmissions or Midas shop and they will check it for free! If the Volvo is 1995 or newer, they can pull the codes very easily. If it's 1994 or older, they can pull the co…des but it takes more labor. Whichever shop you go to may charge you if your Volvo is 1994 or older. But you can always try to negotiate the price down and see if they'll go for it. The Aamco I took my '94 to wanted $98. I said forget it, but since they took so long with my car they through in the test free. (MORE)
There are way to many to give a total list. Please specify as to which ones you are interested.
With a scan tool. Haynes manuals have the codes in them,according to how many times the chec engine light flashes.OR advance auto parts will scan it for FREE Did you try key on, key off, key on, key off, key on, key of? It works on my 2000 Dodge Intrepid The scan tool is call an OBD 2 .it st…ands for On Board Diagnostis. it scans codes for check engine light , or use it any time your car is not running good. the codes appear across the scan view, and it give code # and most time where problem is. use haynes manual if tool does,nt tell you the problem. it also comes with a comp.disc which has "ALL" the codes. this will make you a home mechanic. great thing to buy the connection for the scanner is located just under the passenger dash. toward the front. it is a 12 point connection (MORE)
You need a code reader. These can be purchased for pretty cheap, or you can borrow one for from from many of the auto parts stores.. http://search.harborfreight.com/cpisearch/web/search.do?keyword=obdc
You just did a tune-up on your 96 sunfire gt 2.4 and now it hesitates and the check engine light has a code of p0171?
The P0171 code indicates bank 1 is too lean. This could be causedby a misfire so check the plug wires to make sure they are seatedproperly. This could also be caused by a vacuum leak so check tomake sure you did not accidently knock one loose.
Not enough info to answer; please ask a new question and include year, make, model, and the code number.
You have 2002 mustang it is missing check engine light is on had code checked at AutoZone crank shaft sensor and number 3 cylinder misfiring changed sensor still missing?
Sensor??? A misfire is usually caused by spark plugs and wires. After that you change distributor cap(if equipped) , fuel injectors, check for proper compression.
The error code means "bank one fuel too rich". Too much gas spraying in (for a number of possible reasons)
O2 sensor circuit malfunction (sensor 1). I got this directly out of the Haynes Repair Manual, so I personally suggest you replace your Oxygen sensors.
That is a oxgen sensor - fuel -air ratio sensor on Bank 1 sensor 1 This should be overed under warranty 3 yr 36,000 in most states. Calf 50,000
It probably means that your radiator fluid is low. If it is just buy a gallon of 50/50 and top it off.
No, most any vehicle made since the mid 90's will store a code in memory for at least 100 starts.
Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P1299 indicates an engine overheat condition was detected by the cylinder head temperature (CHT) sensor. An FMEM Strategy called Failsafe Cooling was activated to cool the engine. (Refer to Section 1A, Â«Electronic Engine Control (EC) SystemÂ», for more information …on Failsafe Cooling Strategy and the cylinder head temperature sensor.) Possible causes: -- Engine cooling system concerns. -- Base engine concerns. -- Low engine coolant level or loss of coolant. (MORE)
Cycle the key to the ON position, then to OFF, then to ON, then to OFF then to ON and leave it there. Where the miles are normally displayed a letter P and a set of numbers will come up. EX: P0303. Once it says DONE it is done displaying the codes. When you have the code(s) use google to look them u…p. "2004 Dodge Neon trouble codes". (MORE)
you can either purchase a computer programmer ($200-$350+) that will allow you to check and clear codes as well as adjust computer settings for maximum performance or take the vehicle to most auto parts stores that can check the codes for free.
If you are checking a Chrysler/Dodge 55 is "end of message". It just means that there are no more codes to show. If that is the only code you got , then there are no codes.
P0300 Diagnostic Code - Random Misfire Symptoms. Engine may stumble or miss Engine may be hard to start you may notice no issues Cause Failing spark plugs or spark plug wires Bad coil or coil pack Failing oxygen sensor(s) Bad fuel injector or more than one Stuck exhaust valve Bad catalytic conve…rter EGR valve or valve passage clogging Bad camshaft position sensor Bad PCM or ECM The Fix Best first action is a tune up, newplugs, wires, inspect all hoses and wire connections then reset thecode. If it returns you will need to narrow it down to a system, coilsand coil packs should be tested, catalytic converters for function ( doyou smell rotten eggs?). A misfire that jumps cylinders could indicate alean condition, do you have any other codes along with the 300? thiswill help clue you in to the source, check valve function to make surethey are opening and closing fully. This is probably pone of the mostdifficult codes to troubleshoot, so start with the basics and work yourway into the more expensive options, in many cases a good old tune upsolves the problem, back it up with a fuel system cleaning and see whereyou stand. Multiple / random misfire (MORE)
the vehicles ECU (Engine Control Unit) stores information pertaining to these codes that trigger a check engine light. whenever you fix a problem the light will typically extinguish. in some cases the manufacturer will program the ECU to monitor a certain condition for a period of time, miles driven…, or engine cycles( car off+ car start+ car drives+ car turns off) to ensure the fixed application continues to funtion properly. in most cases, as long as the problem does not come back, the light will extinguish on its own in a few days to a week of driving as you normally would. also, newer vehicles "learn" your driving habits in relation to fuel mapping for fuel economy and continued power. this would be another reason the check engine light is on with no codes drawn ( usually if a battery is disonnected then reconnected, this would occur). if none of these apply to your situation, the best thing to do would be to go to the dealership. especially if the car is still under warranty. that is what the warranty is for. USE IT!! (MORE)
From AutoZone on a 2008 Kia Sorento LX "EVAP emission system - very small leak Probable cause 1. Faulty fuel cap 2. Leakage in emission system 3. Faulty vent solenoid
When any OBD2 engine light flashes, its telling you that a catastrophic failure of your cat could happen if the problem isn't fixed. Generally this is caused by a misfire in one or more cylinders. When the computer detects this condition, it shuts off the fuel to the affected cylinder/s
It depends what customizations a person has made on their car, but a stage 3 Roush would destroy a GT. A GT (at least for 08) has a 4.6L engine and a Roush (428r) has a 4.6L engine along with the Roush Super Charger, Roush Suspension, Roush Breaking, as well as many other smaller differences. Overal…l a Roush is much better than a GT because what the Roush company does is purchase GT's and then upgrade a lot of it. (MORE)
Code P1684 simply means the battery was disconnected within the last 50 key starts. Either turn the key another 50 times with the battery connected, or use an OBD scanner to wipe the code.
What year, What car, What year. what make. We need this in order to answer this question.
Any mechanic with a code reader can get them from the car then you can look them up online.
P0172 = System to rich (bank1). Year, make and engine would help us help you better.
code 26/quad driver module fault. I have a vibration when I acceleration at times. What is the cause? I have a 1990 oldsmobile cutlass cierra, 3.3 liter V6 engine. The engine light comes on and off. what is the possible cause?
The most common engine check engine light codes would be indicating that something has gone wrong under the bonnet basically. Each manufacturer has different codes and so the garage uses diagnostic computer tools to find out the problem.
To check engine light codes one would have to bring your vehicle to a mechanic who can use a computer to check the computer chip that regulates this function.
Fuel/air trim too lean.Your engine is not getting enough fuel in the optimal ratio. Could be may causes. What to do? Have your OBD codes scanned. That will tell you which sensor has gone faulty to cause the problem,.....go to AutoZone or any large parts house and they will scan your OBD free.
The check engine light error code PO172 means that the system is too rich. The reason why the system is to rich is due to the mass air flow sensor being dirty or faulty.
HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low Bank 1 Sensor2 . symptoms Other than the MIL light illuminating you may not notice any performance issues. cause A short in the O2 sensor heater circuit or the sensoritself A faulty O2 sensor heater Wiring or connectors are broken or frayed to the sensor or relay Ba…d PCM or ECM The fix Correct wiring short or loose connector found in inspection. and/or Replace the bank 1 sensor 2, O2 sensor Replace PCM if circuit has failed and no wiring issues present, good O2 sensor (MORE)