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P0361 OBD-II Trouble Code: Ignition Coil K Primary / Secondary Circuit Malfunction
Trouble code P0361 means that a malfunction in an ignition coil, often due to an open or short in the driver circuit.
P0360 OBD-II Trouble Code: Ignition Coil I Primary / Secondary Circuit Malfunction
Trouble code P0360 means the powertrain control module (PCM) detects a problem with the primary or secondary circuit of an ignition coil.
P0358 OBD-II Trouble Code: Ignition Coil H Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction
Trouble code P0358 means the powertrain control module (PCM) has failed to receive a valid pulse signal from ignition coil H
P0355 OBD-II Trouble Code: Ignition Coil B Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction
Trouble code P0355 means the PCM has identified an electrical malfunction in the primary or secondary circuit of ignition coil B.
P0354 OBD-II Trouble Code: Ignition Coil D Primary / Secondary Circuit Malfunction
Trouble code P0354 means there's a problem in ignition coil D circuit, probably an electrical problem, and the engine will run rough or stall.
P0348 OBD-II Trouble Code: Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit High Input (Bank 2)
Trouble code P0348 means the voltage reading from the camshaft position sensor circuit for camshaft sensor A in engine bank 2 is too high.
P0345 OBD-II Trouble Code: Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2)
Trouble code P0345 means the computer has detected an incorrect voltage reading from the bank 2 camshaft position sensor.
P0333 OBD-II Trouble Code: Knock Sensor 2 Circuit High Input (Bank 2)
Trouble code P0333 means the input voltage from a knock sensor circuit in one of the cylinders is higher than the manufacturer's limitation.
P0332 OBD-II Trouble Code: Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Low Input (Bank 2)
Trouble code P0332 means the PCM is receiving a reading that the knock sensor is too low, which can result in higher emissions and engine problems.
How a DUI Affects Car Insurance Rates
Drivers convicted of a DUI will face a suspended license and increased car insurance rates. DUI convictions stay on record for at least five years.
How Drum Brakes Work
Car drum brake systems include the drum, brake shoes, and wheel cylinder. The cylinder pushes the shoes into the drum to slow or stop your car.
How Disc Brakes Work
Car disc brake systems are made up of the rotor, brake pads, pistons, and caliper. The pistons push the pads into the rotor to slow or stop your car.
All About Bodily Injury Liability Insurance
Bodily injury liability insurance helps if you get in a car crash that causes injury or death. Most states require you to buy bodily injury insurance.
5 Essential Things to Know About Road Rage
Road rage goes beyond aggressive driving as the driver either tries to or is successful at causing harm to another driver on the road.
C1102 OBD-II Trouble Code: ABS Acceleration Switch Circuit Failure
Trouble code C1102 means the engine control unit (ECU) has detected a failure in the acceleration switch circuit of the antilock braking system (ABS)
Why Do Cars Have Different Oil Change Intervals?
Car oil change intervals depend on the make, model, and year of the car. The correct type of oil and how the vehicle is used makes a difference too.
How to Clean Your Car Using Little or No Water
Use as little water as possible to be eco friendly when washing your car. Use waterless car wash fluid and microfiber cloths to clean your car off.
How to Increase the Resale Value of Your Vehicle
When you sell your car you want to make extra money on the sale. Keep your car's resale value high by keeping your car clean and well maintained.
On and Off the Road: Parents' Guide to Car Safety
Child protection while driving is a priority for every parent. Convertible car seats have different settings for keeping children safe as they grow.
Wintertime Road Trip Checklist
Keep safe and warm on road trips in cold weather by keeping car fluids topped up, the fuel tank full, and watching out for black ice.
How Much Do Car Maintenance Costs Increase with Mileage?
The average car costs $1,400 to maintain up to 25,000 miles, then costs rise rapidly until 100,000 miles. Toyota wins as the cheapest car to maintain.
How to Start a Car in Cold Weather
Battery, oil, and fuel problems can make a car difficult to start in cold weather. Find out how to prevent starting issues related to weather.
How Bad Driving Prematurely Wears Out Your Car
Bad drivers and bad driving habits can cause strain on car parts, especially the tires, brakes, body, and electrical and steering systems.
How to Maintain a Car at 50,000 Miles
Maintenance at the 50,000 mile mark is critical. These services include inspection of the exhaust, suspension, fuel caps and filter, and tire changes.
5 Car Parts Potholes Can Damage
Car damage from potholes is common during the spring season. Check for tire bulges, suspension problems, and body damage if you drive over a pothole.