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P2047 is a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) for "Reductant Injector Circuit/Open Bank 1 Unit 1". This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation. Our certified mobile mechanics can come to your home or office to perform the Check Engine Light diagnostic. Once we are able to diagnose the problem, you will be provided with an upfront quote for the recommended fix and receive $20.00 off as a credit towards the repair. All our repairs are backed by our 12-month / 12,000-mile warranty.
The P2047 code is a general OBD2 trouble code that points to a fault within the reductant injector circuit.
The P2047 code means a fault is present in the reductant injection valve circuit, bank 1 unit 1. The reductant injector is used to reduce emissions gases exiting the exhaust by injecting either air or chemicals depending on the usage and vehicle. When the ECU detects the fault in the reductant injector circuit, it will set the P2047 code and the Check Engine Light will be displayed on the dashboard.
The Check Engine Light is the most common symptom of the P2047 code. In rare cases, the driver may notice black smoke under heavy acceleration.
Using this step by step diagnostic procedure technicians may successfully diagnose the P2047 code:
Hook up a scan tool to the DLC port and check for any codes present.
Note the codes and freeze frame data from all the codes.
Clear the stored codes from the ECU.
Perform a road test under similar conditions as the freeze frame data indicated.
Check that the P2047 is the code that has come back after the test drive.
A visual inspection will be done looking for signs of exhaust leaks or damaged wiring for either the sensor itself of the harness.
Using a multimeter, the OHMs will be checked to the exhaust gas temperature sensor.
The vehicle will be ran and the presence of exhaust leaks will be checked.
Commonly an exhaust leaks is often overlooked as the cause of the P2047 code. When an exhaust leak is present it causes air to enter the exhaust and this changes the readings of the oxygen sensors and the exhaust gas temperature readings.
The P2047 code will generally not have any drivability concerns that would prevent the vehicle from being driven.
This code will cause the vehicle to fail emissions testing and may cause more exhaust emissions to exit the exhaust.
Exhaust leaks can cause strange symptoms in modern cars. A easy way to find if the exhaust is leaking is to inspect the exhaust system while the vehicle is running. Caution should be taken when doing this as the exhaust can easily burn you.
Exhaust leaks can have a whistling sound or can be felt. In some cases the exhaust leak will leave a black sooty mark on the exhaust pipe right where the leak is making it very easy to find.
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