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P0910 OBD-II Trouble Code: Gate Select Actuator Circuit/Open
P0910 code means there is an issue detected by the ECM within the gate select actuator circuit often due too open circuits.
P2094 OBD-II Trouble Code: A Fault with the B Camshaft Position Actuator Control Circuit Low Bank 2
What the P2094 code means? The P2094 code means that the camshaft position actuator control circuit has found low system voltage present. The Engine Control Unit (ECU) detects this low voltage...
P0649 OBD-II Trouble Code: Speed Control Lamp Control Circuit
P0649 means the PCM has detected a problem with the speed control lamp circuit due to a faulty speed control lamp bulb or circuit, wiring issues.
P0174 OBD-II Trouble Code: System Too Lean (Bank 2)
P0174 code definition System Too Lean (Bank 2) What the P0174 code means Code...
P2276 OBD-II Trouble Code: O2 Sensor Signal Stuck Lean Bank 2 Sensor 3
P2276 code definition The P2276 trouble code is having issues in bank 2 and sensor 3. What the P2276 code means This means that bank two of the engine block, the...
P2325 OBD-II Trouble Code: Ignition Coil I Pri Ctrl Circ High
P2325 code definition The P2325 code being stored means that an ignition coil (or more than one) experienced problems with its primary or secondary circuit. What the P2325 code means...
P2180 OBD-II Trouble Code: Sys Too Rich Off Idle Bank2
P2180 code definition The P2180 code indicates that the PCM is unable to control the fuel/air mixture for engine bank 2 off idle. What the P2180 code means In order to...
P2421 OBD-II Trouble Code: Evaporative Emission System Vent Valve Stuck Open
P2421 Code Definition The P2421 fault code indicates the vehicle’s on-board computer has detected either the vent valve or vent valve control circuit is stuck open in the evaporative (EVAP) control...
How to Clean Windows on a Car
Keeping your vehicle’s windows and windshield clean can certainly be a tough task to maintain. Even if you do clean your car’s glass, you might end up...
How to Clean Your Car Tires
When your car’s wheels are clean, it does more than just enhance your car’s looks. It also protects your tires from weathering and cracking and removes corrosion and protects...
How to Figure Out How Much it Costs to Have a Car
One of the largest expenses you have is your transportation. It’s how you get from home to work, school, the grocery store, or the movie theater, and it costs you money. Have you...
How to Adjust Your Headlights
If you have ever cursed an oncoming driver because their lights were blinding you, or...
How to Remove Bugs From Your Car
Regular, everyday driving exposes your vehicle to bugs and tar which get splattered all over your windshield, paint job, headlights, and grille. Parking your vehicle on your driveway or on...
How to Sell Your Car
When it comes time to sell your car, either because of an upgrade or a life change, then there are two primary options: trading it in at a dealer...
How to Check a Car's History
Before buying a used vehicle, you should run a vehicle history check to make sure there are no major accidents, flood damage, or a salvage title attached...
Top 10 Scenic Drives in Southern California
Southern California has some of the most diverse landscape and terrain in the world, and this makes it an ideal region to explore by way of a scenic drive. Over the course of an hour, afternoon, or even a weekend,...
How to Check a VIN for Free
The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) shows the history of a car. Find out for free if there any problems or damage done to a car before you buy it.
How to Advertise Your Used Car
It’s exciting to buy a new car, but when you have a vehicle that you need to get rid of before you can complete your purchase, it...
Top 5 Ways to Make Your Car Wipers Last Longer
Car windshield wipers wear out eventually. Lift your wiper blades when it snows and clean the blades to increase the lifespan of your wiper blades.
Why Can’t I Top Off My Tank?
Nearly everyone who has been behind the wheel of a vehicle has pumped gas into the fuel tank until the tank was full. When the tank is full, the nozzle makes a...
How to Pick an Anti-Theft Device For Your Car
Depending on where you live, an anti-theft device may give you added peace of mind about the security of your car. It may also lower your car insurance rates, which is an added...
How to Get a Smog Check
Smog checks are designed to help lower the emissions created by vehicles. The word “smog” refers to smoke and fog air pollution, which is created in large...
How to Troubleshoot a Broken Car Air Conditioner
A car air conditioner can stop working for different reasons. Inspecting your car AC yourself before having it repaired can save on cost.
How to Add Someone to Your Car Title
Your car’s Certificate of Title, commonly referred to as a car title or pink slip, dictates the legal ownership of your vehicle. It is a required document...
How to Calculate the Diminished Value of Your Car
The primary reason an individual would need to calculate the diminished value of a car is to submit an insurance claim after an accident. Naturally, if a car can no...