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P0562 Code – System Voltage Low

P0562 Code: System Voltage Low The P0562 code is a generic trouble code, which means that it applies to all car models from around year -2000. It’s a common error code and we have used our automotive technicians to answer your questions about how to fix it the fastest and cheapest way.   What does the P0562 code mean?   The P0562 code is often stored in the engine control unit or transmission because of the first letter is starting with “P”, which means “Powertrain”. P0562 is stored when the engine control unit detects a low voltage in the electrical system. Normally modern cars are using a 12-volt system. When the ...

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P0705 Code: Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input)

P0705 Code: Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input) What does the P0705 code mean?   The P0705 indicates that there is a problem with the Transmission Range Sensor, also called Transmission gear position switch, which will probably make a bit more sense to you. When the transmission control unit receives a faulty signal from the range sensor, the transmission control unit will send a signal to the engine control unit and it may light up your engine light. The transmission range sensor is located on the outside of your transmission box in the most cases. From your ...

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P0344 Code: Camshaft Position Sensor – Intermittent

P0344 Code: Camshaft Position Sensor – Intermittent What does the P0344 code mean? The P0344 trouble code is indicating that the engine control unit was/is getting a faulty signal from the camshaft position sensor. The code is telling is that the problem was intermittent and it may not still be there. A trouble code can be stored in the engine control unit for a long time. The p0344 is an OBD2 Generic trouble code which applies to all car models and makes from year around 2000. You may find other camshaft related trouble codes with the P0344 code. Some examples ...

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P0190 Code Fix: Fuel Pressure Sensor – Circuit Malfunction

P0190 Code Fix: Fuel Pressure Sensor – Circuit Malfunction What does the P0190 code mean? The P0190 code is triggered when the engine control unit is getting a faulty signal from the fuel rail pressure sensor. It is a generic OBD2 code which means it applies to all makes and models from around the year 2000. It applies to both diesel, gas and other fuel types on the market. The P0190 code is mainly an electric fault to the fuel pressure sensor for the most car models, but in some models, it can trigger the ...

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P0343 Code: Camshaft Position Sensor A – Circuit High Input

P0343 Code: Camshaft Position Sensor A – Circuit High Input What does the P0343 code mean?   The P0343 is a generic trouble code which applies to all makes and models from around the year 2000. The code is telling us that the engine control unit is getting a fault in the circuit to the camshaft position sensor. The camshaft position sensor is fitted at one on one of your camshaft.   Some engines do have several camshaft position sensors. Because the camshaft needs to have synchronization with ...

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