P0050 VOLVO code

What the P0050 code means. This code is found when the Engine Control Module (ECM) has detected an issue with the heater control circuit for the bank 2, sensor 1 oxygen sensor. The heater circuit is used by the ECM to heat the oxygen sensor to proper operating temperature for an accurate reading. What is […]

P0302 VOLVO code

What Does Code P0302 Mean? P0302 definition: Cylinder 2 misfire detected. Diagnosis: A multiple misfire can be caused by anything from faulty spark plugs to low engine compression. How do I fix error code P0302? What repairs can fix the P0302 code? Replacing spark plugs that are defective or damaged. Replacing spark plug wires that […]

P0243 VOLVO code

P0243 is a generic OBD-II code indicating that the Engine Control Module (ECM) detected the turbocharger wastegate solenoid has an open or short circuit. What is code P0243? The definition of the P0243 error code is Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid A Malfunction. It is a generic OBD-II code which would indicate that the engine control module […]

P0068 VOLVO code

What Does Code P0068 Mean? Repair Urgency: Fix this code immediately (same day if possible) to avoid engine and catalytic converter damage. Diagnosis: This trouble code can cause some pretty severe driveability concerns and may make the vehicle undrivable. How do I fix error P0068? Repairs that can fix the P0068 code would include: Adjusting […]

P0600 VOLVO code

P0600 means that the ECU has lost the connection with one of its many controllers more than once. When this code is set the ECU triggers the Check Engine Light to be displayed on the dashboard and a failsafe mode enacted. The failsafe mode is to prevent further damage and protect the vehicle. What can […]

P0113 VOLVO code

If the temperature remains normal, the thermistor will have some resistance meaning the output voltage to the PCM will be below 5 volts. A P0113 OBD-II trouble code is triggered when the voltage signal to the PCM is higher. This particular trouble code is most often associated with P0111, P0112, and P0114 codes. Can I […]

P0015 VOLVO code

There’s a camshaft position sensor for the timing (related to timing belt)…it is reading that your timing is retarded… could be bad sensor, or it could be that your timing belt is actually slightly off…. best to get it checked…how many miles on your current timing belt? How do I fix error code P0015? What […]

P2177 VOLVO code

The P2177 code means that the system is too lean off idle for bank 1. What does P2177 mean? System Too Lean Off Idle OBD-II Code P2177 is defined as a System Too Lean Off Idle. The engine control module (PCM) uses multiple sensors to determine the required amount of fuel needed to keep the […]

P0603 VOLVO code

The P0603 code indicates that your Powertrain Control Module (PCM) has failed its own Keep Alive Memory (KAM) self-test. The PCM is a computer in your car that controls a variety of essential systems, such as the ignition, engine timing, fuel/air mixture, transmission, and anti-lock breaks. How do I fix code P0605? What repairs can […]

P0604 VOLVO code

P0604 is an OBD-II generic code for an internal memory failure between the ECM and the vehicle’s CAN, or controller area network. This is the connection between the ECM and other control modules such as the transmission control module. What does error code P0604 mean? Internal Control Module Random Access Memory OBD-II Code P0604 is […]