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Lexus Check Engine Light

We’ve scanned over 34,598 Lexuses with the FIXD OBD2 scanner and app. These are the 5 most common reasons for a Lexus check engine light. Diagnose Your Check Engine Light in Seconds Read and clear over 7000 check engine lights from your phone using the FIXD Sensor and free app! 5 Most Common Reasons for a Check Engine Light on in Your Lexus Code Severity  Simplified Description C1241 Medium Your battery voltage is low, indicating that your battery or charging system may have an issue. C1201 Medium There is an issue in the engine control system. This may also cause

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Audi Check Engine Light

Justin HughesRecovering autocross and track day enthusiast. Once turned a VW Jetta into a pickup truck. Lives in a van down by the river. Dream car: 2001 Subaru WRC rally car.

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Subaru Check Engine Light

We’ve scanned over 41,074 Subarus with the FIXD OBD2 scanner and app. These are the 5 most common reasons for a check engine light in your Subaru. Diagnose Your Subaru Check Engine Light in Seconds Read and clear over 7000 check engine lights from your phone using the FIXD Sensor and free app! 5 Most Common Reasons for a Check Engine Light in Your Subaru Code Severity  Simplified Description P0420 Moderate Your catalytic converter isn’t functioning efficiently. This could increase the output of harmful pollutants. P0303 Severe Cylinder number three is experiencing misfires, which could cause damage to your engine

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Toyota Camry Check Engine Light

We’ve scanned over 45923 Camrys with the FIXD OBD2 scanner and app. These are the 5 most common reasons for a check engine light in your Toyota Camry. 5 Most Common Reasons for a Toyota Camry Check Engine Light Code Severity  Simplified Description P0420 Moderate Your catalytic converter isn’t functioning efficiently. This could increase the output of harmful pollutants. P1604 Severe The engine doesn’t start after cranking for an extended period of time. Low fuel is one possible cause. P0441 Low  The purge valve in your EVAP System is incorrect, allowing either too much or too little flow of stored

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Toyota Corolla Check Engine Light: Everything You Need To Know

We’ve scanned over 33834 Corollas with the FIXD OBD2 scanner and app. These are the 5 most common reasons for a check engine light in your Toyota Corolla. Diagnose Your Check Engine Light in Seconds Read and clear over 7000 check engine lights from your phone using the FIXD Sensor and free app! 5 Most Common Reasons for a Check Engine Light in Your Toyota Code Severity  Simplified Description P1604 Severe The engine doesn’t start after cranking for an extended period of time. Low fuel is one possible cause. P0171 Moderate Your Toyota engine is running too lean (Bank 1)

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Honda Civic Check Engine Light: Warning Codes & Common Causes

We’ve scanned over 43,023 Honda Civics with the FIXD OBD2 scanner and app. These are the 5 most common reasons for a check engine light in your Honda Civic. Diagnose Your Check Engine Light in Seconds Read and clear over 7000 check engine lights from your phone using the FIXD Sensor and free app! 5 Most Common Reasons for a Check Engine Light in Your Honda Civic Learn How To Easily Find The Cause Of Your Problem And Fix It Yourself Code Severity  Description P0420 MODERATE– Extended driving with this code can cause internal engine damage Your catalytic converter isn’t functioning

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Oxygen Sensors (O2 Sensors): How They Work & What They Do

What Do O2 Sensors Do? 02 sensors measure the amount of oxygen in the exhaust and report the level to your vehicle’s computer. There are O2 sensors before and after the catalytic converter. The upstream O2 sensor controls how much fuel is added to the air/fuel mixture. The downstream O2 sensor makes sure the catalytic converter is working. If the fuel ratio is lean (not enough fuel in the mixture), the voltage is relatively low — approximately 0.1 volts. If the fuel ratio is rich (too much fuel in the mixture), the voltage is relatively high — approximately 0.9 volts.

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BELGRADE, SERBIA - MARCH 23, 2019: View at sign on Honda Civic at Belgrade, Serbia. Honda is a Japanese public multinational conglomerate corporation founded at 1948.

Honda Civic Engine Recalls and Warranty Extensions

Sometimes, instead of issuing a recall for a design or manufacturing defect, an auto manufacturer will choose to extend their factory warranty coverage to address the issue. This enables the manufacturer to help owners of the affected cars feel better about the problem, but without the expense or damaged reputation that go along with a recall. Here are two situations where Honda has done this with the Civic. One was an engine block manufacturing problem that affected 2006 through 2009 models. The other is a potential problem that allows gasoline to mix with the oil on 2016 through 2018 Civics

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10 Reasons Why an Extended Car Warranty May or May Not Work for You

“We’ve been trying to reach you about your extended warranty.” It’s the butt of many jokes and internet memes, as well as a common upsell when you buy a car at a dealer. But extended warranties can actually be extremely useful. In many situations they’re worth the small expense now to save a lot of money later, and the benefits go way beyond the warranty itself. But extended warranties aren’t for everyone. Read on to find out whether an extended warranty is right for you, as well as some tips on when and where to get one, and exactly what

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The Ultimate Guide to Car Warranties

Warranties help ensure that your brand new car doesn’t start falling apart the moment it rolls out of the dealership. They can also be a point of pride for manufacturers, guaranteeing the quality of their cars either by remaining problem-free for the duration of the warranty period, or by taking care of any problems that do occur at no cost to you. Once you dive into the details about warranties, though, they can get pretty complicated. What’s the difference between a manufacturer and extended warranty? Or a manufacturer and powertrain warranty? Exactly what do each of these warranties cover, and

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