Code P0263 is triggered when the crankshaft sensor does not get an acceleration of the crankshaft from cylinder number 1 power stroke indicating that the cylinder is not contributing to engine power.

What is code P0263?

Cylinder 1 Contribution/Balance

OBD-II Code P0263 is defined as a Cylinder 1 Contribution/Balance. When the engine control module (PCM) detects that cylinder one is not sufficiently contributing to keeping the engine running properly, it will set code P0263. Driving with this trouble code is not recommended.

What does cylinder 1 contribution balance mean?

The P0263 fault code can be described as cylinder 1 contribution/balance fault. This code would indicate that the engine control module has detected the cylinder number 1 having low contribution to the running of the engine, low power.

What causes P0272 code?

The definition of P0272 fault code is that there is a contribution/balance problem with cylinder #4. This code would be triggered in when the engine control module detects that the acceleration rate of the crankshaft for cylinder 4 was less than a calibrated amount.

What does code P0266 mean?

What the P0266 code means. This diagnostic trouble code indicates that the powertrain control module has detected that the reference voltage from the fuel injector on cylinder 2 has fallen out of the range of acceptance set by the vehicle manufacturer.