In 2020, FIXD analyzed over 18 million vehicles. Through the FIXD OBD2 scanner and app, we were able to detect and decode thousands of engine codes and help drivers get back on the road stress-free. Here are the 5 vehicles that had the most OBD2 codes in 2020.
#5: Ford Explorer, Model Year 2005-2009
Average # Engine Codes: 3.7174
Average Mileage: 172,444 miles
Maximum Reported Mileage: 979,842 miles
Most Common OBD Codes Reported:
- P1000 – OBD2 Monitor Testing Not Complete
- B2290 – Occupant Classification System Fault
- P0316 – Engine Misfire Detected on Startup (First 1000 Revolutions)
#4: Chrysler 300, Model Year 2005-2009
#2: Dodge Charger, Model Year 2005-2009
#1: Ford F-250 & F-350 Super Duty, Model Year 2005-2014
And taking the not-so-coveted top spot on this list of the 5 worst vehicles of 2020… are the Ford F-250 and Ford F-350 Super Duty models, model year 2005-2014. Since these vehicles are commonly used as utility vehicles and work trucks that can take a beating, as opposed to daily drivers, we can’t say we’re too surprised.
Average # Engine Codes: 5.2
Average Mileage: 171,943 miles
Maximum Reported Mileage: 1,009,742 miles
Most Common Codes Reported:
- U1900 – CAN Communication Bus Fault
- P1000 – OBD2 Readiness Test Not Complete
- B124D – Tire Pressure Sensor General Signal Failure
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