How do I fix code P2004?
What repairs can fix the P2004 code?
- Replacing the IMRC solenoid.
- Repairing or replacing IMRC solenoid wiring that has shorts, breaks or is frayed.
- Repairing or replacing IMRC solenoid circuitry that has shorted or is open.
- Repairing or replacing IMRC solenoid connector that is corroded.
Can I drive with a P2004 code?
Is it safe to drive with P2004 code? It is safe to drive, Because the CK ENG LT is on you would use more fuel than required, This code condition is also capable of suspending any other code that may appear.
What can cause a P2004 code?
Causes of Code P2004
- Broken or disconnected vacuum lines.
- Obstructed Vacuum control solenoid.
- Faulty IMRC solenoid.
- Damaged IMRC wiring.
- Corroded or otherwise damaged IMRC connector.
- Loose or damaged IMRC butterfly hardware.
- Broken IMRC butterfly valve plates.
- Primary issues pertaining to input devices (EGR, BAR, MAF)
What does it mean when intake manifold runner control stuck open?
Essentially, this is the part that controls how fuel gets pumped into the part of the engine that combusts fuel to produce power. This system is controlled by the powertrain control module, which means if the actuator is stuck open, it might be a problem with either the intake manifold or the powertrain control module.
How much does it cost to replace a intake manifold runner control?
A new intake manifold runner valve can cost anywhere between $50 and $200, depending on factors like its brand and your vehicle’s specifications. Labor costs for replacing a damaged intake manifold runner valve typically range from $300 to $400.