P2106 SUZUKI code

Code P2106 is an indication that the ECM is in failure management mode and has limited power to the throttle control actuator system. How do you fix a P2106 code? How To Correct P2106 Throttle Actuator Control System – Forced Limited Power Throttle position sensor replacement. Accelerator pedal sensor replacement. Throttle control system reprogramming. PCM […]

P0016 SUZUKI code

How do I fix error code P0016? What repairs can fix the P0016 code? Resetting the fault codes and performing a road test. Replacing the camshaft sensor on bank 1. Repairing the wiring or connection to the camshaft OCV or camshaft sensor. Replacing the camshaft OCV for bank 1 exhaust camshaft. Replacing the timing chain […]

P0730 SUZUKI code

What the P0730 code means. P0730 is the OBD-II generic code for an incorrect gear ratio detected in an automatic transmission. The ratio of a combination of engine speed and throttle position and the speed of the transmission is used to determine what gear the transmission will use when driving. How do I fix error […]

P0622 SUZUKI code

What the P0622 code means. When the PCM (powertrain control module) logs a P0622 trouble code, it’s because it’s detected a problem with the generator field control circuit. The PCM uses the generator turn-on signal circuit to manage the generator. What is a P0622 code? OBD-II Code P0622 is defined as a Generator Field/F Terminal […]

P2279 SUZUKI code

Code P2279 is a code indicating that the ECM is detecting that the engine has too much air entering and sees this as a vacuum leak. An engine running with too much air will run lean and cause the engine to run rough and stall at low engine speeds. What is engine code P2279? OBD-II […]

P0697 SUZUKI code

What is code P0697? The P0697 code is a generic powertrain code related to computer output circuit issues, including an internal computer failure. In this case, the engine control module (ECM) or other supporting control module has detected a fault with the sensor reference voltage “C” circuit. What does code P0641 mean? Sensor Reference Voltage […]

P0019 SUZUKI code

How do I fix code P0019? What repairs can fix the P0019 code? Scan, clear, and retest the vehicle to verify whether the code comes back. Replace the camshaft sensor to the camshaft on bank 2. Repair any damaged wiring connections to the camshaft sensor or the OCV. Replace the Engine Control Module. What can […]

P0732 SUZUKI code

How do I fix error code P0732? How To Correct P0732 Gear 2 Incorrect Ratio Refill of Low transmission fluid level. Dirty transmission fluid to be changed. Faulty Shift Solenoids Replacement. Repair or replace Shift Solenoids harness which is open or shorted. Faulty Shift Solenoids circuit, electrical connection repair/replace. What can cause a P0732 code? […]

P0050 SUZUKI code

How do I fix the code P0050? What repairs can fix the P0050 code? Replacing the bank 2 sensor 1 (most common) Replacing the heater circuit fuse. Repairing any open or shorted wiring. Replacing the ECM (in rare cases) What is heater circuit bank 2 sensor 2? The Sensor 2 portion of the code’s definition […]

P0037 SUZUKI code

The P0037 code is set when the ECM detects that the HO2S2 on bank 1 has a malfunctioning heater element. The heater in the oxygen sensor helps get the sensor up to operating temperature faster in order to improve fuel economy and emissions. What causes a P0037 code? Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0037 stands for […]