Engine Fault Code Check

Welcome to engine fault codes information service. FaultCodeCheck.com is listed ODB , ODB-I and ODB-II codes with their meanings, reasons and how to fix them. These engine fault codes divided 4 parts : Diagnostic Body (B) Trouble Code ,Diagnostic Network (U) Trouble Code ,Diagnostic Chassis (C) Trouble Code and Diagnostic Powertrain (P) Trouble Code.

Regardless of age, mileage, make, or model, occasional engine problems are an inevitable part of car ownership. While proper maintenance may help reduce the need for car repairs it is not a guarantee that a car will not break down. As a car accumulates miles the chances of engine problems increase; however, not all engine problems are serious.

Fault Code Check Logic :
1st digit
P = Powertrain
B = Body
C = Chassis
U = Network

2nd digit
0 = Standard
1 = Manufacturer specific
3rd digit
1 = Emission management
2 = Injector circuit
3 = Ignition
4 = Auxiliary emission
5 = Vehicle speed & idle control
6 = Computer & output circuit
7 = Transmission
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P (powertrain) refers to the engine, transmission, fuel system, and associated accessories.

C (chassis) refers to mechanical systems generally outside the passenger compartment such as steering, suspension, and braking.

B (body) refers to parts mainly found in the passenger compartment area.

U (network) refers to the vehicle's onboard computers and related systems.

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The Service Engine Soon light is designed to illuminate whenever a fault is detected in any of the sensors attached to the emission, engine, or powertrain controls. The purpose of the service engine soon light is to alert the driver to a potentially serious fault that requires repair. So when you see dtc code in it, you can check engine fault code in here.