Monthly Archive: September 2014

P0122 Ford 4.6L – Testing a Mustang TPS


Troubleshooting the throttle position sensor in your vehicle manually is not difficult at all, and it’s an important step if you want to resolve the P0122 Ford OBDII trouble code by yourself. The throttle position sensor or TPS is a sensor…
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P0122 Ford 4.2L – Testing your TPS


The P0122 Ford OBDII trouble code is a manufacturer specific failure regarding the throttle position sensor in your car. The Ford specific terminology is Throttle Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit Low Input. This means that the signal your Powertrain Control Module…
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P0103 Ford 4.2L – Testing Your MAF


The P0103 Ford code refers to the OBDII error in regards to your mass air flow meter. The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) relies on the signal sent from the mass air flow meter (MAF) for information about the incoming air…
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P0123 Ford 5.9L – Testing your TPS

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The throttle position sensor is part of your Ford’s engine that your Powertrain Control Module (PCM) relies on to run your engine and can trigger a P0123 Ford trouble code. If there’s a problem with the sensor or the throttle…
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P0102 Mitsubishi 2.0L – How To Test a MAF


OBDII DTC P0102 Mitsubishi Trouble code is triggered by a problem with your vehicle’s mass air flow sensor (MAF). In the Mitsubishi OBDII specific verbiage it’s called Volume Airflow Circuit Low Input. I’ll be showing you how to test this today…
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P0102 Ford 4.6L – How To Test a MAF


The OBDII P0102 Ford trouble code is one that can cause serious problems with your vehicle and how it drives. This technical trouble code indicates that your mass air flow sensor (MAF) is sending a signal that is lower than…
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P0122 Ford 2.3L – How To Test a TPS


The P0122 Ford OBDII Trouble Code is a common issue for higher mileage or older vehicles, and refers to the Ford PCM receiving too low of a input signal from the throttle position sensor. When this occurs the Malfunction Indicator…
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P0117 Honda 2.3L – How To Test Coolant Sensor


The P0117 Honda OBDII DTC Trouble Code is your vehicle’s way of telling you that something is wrong with the Electronic Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor. Luckily this error is a simple procedure to test and resolve, which will restore your…
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P0171 GM 5.7L – Test Your MAF


The P0171 GM OBDII DTC Trouble Code relates to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) seeing too much air from the upstream exhaust oxygen sensor, triggering the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) This error can cause driveability issues because the PCM sees…
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