P1151 SUBARU code

Your base engine could be experiencing cylinder compression, issues with cam timing or have an oil overfill. Any exhaust leaks near the HO2S would also result in error code P1151. Each of these causes need to be carefully checked in order to find the solution. How do I fix code P0155? What repairs can fix […]

P0736 SUBARU code

In order to know when it’s safe to engage reverse, the ECU relies on data like throttle position and engine speed (RPM). If it is having trouble accessing or interpreting the data, it will store a P0736 DTC. How do I fix error code P0736? How To Correct P0736 Reverse Incorrect Gear Ratio Transmission fluid […]

P0332 SUBARU code

P0332 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for “Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Low Input (Bank 2)“. What causes a knock sensor code P0332? P0332 can be caused by anything from damaged wiring to a bad knock sensor to an overheating engine. It’s impossible to give an accurate estimate without properly diagnosing the issue first. Which […]

P0133 SUBARU code

How do I fix code P0133? What repairs can fix the P0133 code? Usually a replacement of the oxygen sensor will fix the P0133 code. At times the sensor itself will not be causing the code P0133, so a technician must check for other faults such as vacuum leaks, a dirty mass air flow sensor, […]

P0082 SUBARU code

If the ECM detects a fault in the VVT solenoid valve circuit, such as voltage out of specification, it will set a diagnostic trouble code (DTC), P0082 Intake Variable Valve Timing (VVT) Control Solenoid Circuit Low (Bank 2), and illuminate the check engine light (CEL). How do I fix code P0028? What repairs can fix […]

P0327 SUBARU code

The P0327 code means that the Knock Sensor is not working properly. Problems with the knock sensor will not cause an engine performance problems. Replacing knock sensor usually fixes the problem. What can cause a P0327 code? What Does the P0327 Code Mean? Diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P0327 stands for “Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Low […]

P0716 SUBARU code

Be aware that P0716 is a generic code which can be caused by wiring, corroded-connections, shorts, or the sensor itself. If you have appropriate equipment, you may be able to ‘monitor’ the signal from the input-speed-sensor while driving and capture it in a graph. How do I fix code P0716? What repairs can fix the […]

P0638 SUBARU code

How do I fix error P0638? What repairs can fix the P0638 code? Clean out the throttle body. Replace any bad connections. Fix the wire system. What is code P0638? OBD II fault code P0638 is a generic code that is defined as “Throttle actuator control, Bank 1 -range/performance problem”, and is set when the […]

P1133 SUBARU code

Administrator. The CEL code P1133 points to the front oxygen (A/F) sensor heater circuit. Assuming the O2 sensor is good, the activity with the engine swap could have caused a problem with the wiring? How do I fix my P1133 code? What are the Possible Solutions to the p1133 Code? Check for vacuum leaks. … […]

P000C SUBARU code

How do I fix my P000C code? How To Correct P000C A Camshaft Position Slow Response Bank 2 You need to check to make sure vehicle has enough oil and if not add oil. You must make sure that proper oil was used in vehicle. You can check inside your vehicle’s engine for any passages […]