The P0036 code refers to issues with the heater control circuit or oxygen sensors. Explore how you can diagnose and solve issues related to the code.
In vehicles with OBD-2 codes, the P0030 is set by the ECM when there is a problem with the fuel-to-air ratio and the heater control circuit.
In vehicles with OBD-2 equipment, the P0021 code will set when the Bank-2 A camshaft is over-advanced when compared to the ideal position.
The OBD-2 code P0016 is triggered by the ECM when the camshaft and crankshaft sensors notice a problem with synchronized timing and alignment.
P0011 Code means the ECU has detected the intake camshaft in bank 1 is more advanced than what the ECM has commanded. See how to fix the OBDII error code quickly.
The P0014 OBD-2 code involves a problem with the camshaft in bank-1 with symptoms that include rough idling, stalling, and hard starting.
The P0010 OBD2 code is triggered when the variable valve timing in bank 1 is off, so the engine control module engages the check engine light.
The P0496 OBD2 code indicates an issue with your EVAP system’s purge flow. Learn what you should do to diagnose and repair this trouble code.
When you run a diagnostic on your vehicle and you find that you have a P0012 code, it is time to fix your car before the problem get worse.
Knowing the P0008 code about a variation in the timing mechanism in the crankshaft helps you better know how to repair this problem.