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Top 10 Hacks for Cleaning and Organizing Your Car
Keeping your car clean and organized makes driving more enjoyable and safer. Use baking soda and household items to maintain a clean car.
When Should I Change My Oil?
Changing oil in your car needs to happen at specific intervals. Oil change intervals vary, but it's best to change oil every 3,000 to 7,000 miles.
How Do I Know If I Need New Brake Pads?
Car brakes squeak when the pads are worn and need to be replaced. Replace your car brake pads every 35,000 miles to maintain safe braking performance.
How Far Can You Drive Your Vehicle on Empty?
Knowing how many miles you can drive on an empty gas tank prevents getting stranded. Nissan Altimas can go the farthest when the low fuel light is on.
How to Make Sure Your Car Is Ready for a Road Trip
Taking a road trip is a great way to see new places. Check your car fluids, hoses, brakes, and tire pressure to get your car ready for a road trip.
How Does a Car Air Conditioning System Work?
Auto air conditioners serve well on hot summer days to make driving more pleasant by cooling the air and removing excess moisture in the car.
4 Essential Things to Know About Waxing and Polishing Your Car
Waxing and polishing your car are some of the most cost-effective updates that you can make to your vehicle, as well as the least time-consuming. While waxing and polishing your car correctly...
How Do I Prepare My Car for Summer?
Summer's heat, dust, and stop-and-go traffic will take their tolls on your vehicle. Follow these tips to ensure optimum wellness of your car: Air Conditioning: Have your air...
How to Care for Your Car Battery
How How to Care For Your Car Battery Your car’s battery may have been neglected if you have difficulty starting your car, and it is usually when the weather turns...
The Most and Least Expensive Cars to Maintain
Luxury cars, such as BMWs, are the most expensive and Toyotas are the most cost efficient. Driving style also affects car maintenance costs.
How to Diagnose Your Car's Air Conditioning System
There is never a good time for your air conditioning in your car to stop working, but it typically seems to happen in the dead heat...
P2165 OBD-II Throttle/Pedal Pos Sensor C Maximum Stop Perf
P2165 code definition The code P2165 means that there is a malfunction with the “C” pedal position sensor circuit. What the P2165 code means The vehicle’s PCM (powertrain control module) monitors...
P0999 Shift Solenoid F Control Circuit High
P0999 code definition The P0999 code identifies a problem in an automatic transmission in the shift solenoid F circuitry and sets the code. What the P0999 code means A P0999 code...
P2214 NOx Sensor Circ Range/Perf Bank2
P2214 code definition The P2214 code occurs when the powertrain control module has detected that the nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide gases (NOx) sensor circuit voltage reading is not in the...
P2046 OBD-II Trouble Code: Reductant Temp Sensor Circ Interm
P2046 code definition The P2046 code indicates that there has been a malfunction in the reductant injector air temperature sensor circuit. What the P2046 code means The reductant injector is...
P0965 OBD-II Trouble Code: Pressure Control Solenoid B Control Circuit Range/Performance
P0965 code definition The P0965 code is stored by the PCM (powertrain control module) when it detects a voltage level from clutch pressure control solenoid B that is invalid or outside...
P0904 OBD-II Trouble Code: Gate Select Position Circuit [senses left / right position]
P0904 code definition The P0904 code indicates that the electronic control module, or ECM, has detected a problem with the gate select position censor circuit. This code may also be accompanied...
P0901 OBD-II Trouble Code: Clutch Actuator Circuit Range/Performance
P0901 code definition When the PCM (powertrain control module) detects that the clutch actuator circuit is not performing within the range determined by the manufacturer, it will record a P0901 code...
P0900 OBD-II Trouble Code: Clutch Actuator Circuit / Open
P0900 code definition This trouble code is defined as the clutch actuator circuit being open. What the P0900 code means When the PCM (powertrain control module) detects an open circuit in...
P0875 OBD-II Trouble Code: Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch D Circuit
P0875 code definition The P0875 code indicates that the transmission fluid pressure is not correct, according to the manufacturer’s specifications. What the P0875 code means The fluid pressure sensor provides the...
P0870 Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch C Circuit
P0870 code definition A P0870 code indicates that the powertrain control module (PCM) has determined that the pressure of the transmission fluid is not within the desired range. What the P0870...
P0852 OBD-II Trouble Code: Park / Neutral Switch Input Circuit High
P0852 code definition The code P0852 indicates that a malfunction was detected within the park/neutral switch input circuit. This code is only found in vehicles with both automatic transmissions and four-wheel-drive...
P0851 OBD-II Trouble Code: Park / Neutral Switch Input Circuit Low
P0851 code definition The code P0851 indicates that the voltage reading from the park/neutral switch input circuit was too low compared to the manufacturer’s specifications for the current driving conditions. This...
Veteran and Military Driver Laws and Benefits in Minnesota
The state of Minnesota offers a number of benefits and perks for those Americans who have either served in an Armed Forces branch in the...
P0850 OBD-II Trouble Code: Park / Neutral Switch Input Circuit
P0850 code definition If the PCM has stored the P0850 code, it means that the input circuit which measures the function of the park/neutral switch has given an abnormal voltage reading....