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TOYOTA Fault Codes DTC

TOYOTA Fault Codes DTC - RAV 4, Carina, Corolla, Avensis, Land Cruiser, Prado, Camry, Prius, Yaris, Auris, Mark II, Corona.

 

TOYOTA General malfunctions

 

B126A Failure or malfunction during operation of the starter remote control switch assembly

B279A Communication failure or lack of signal between the ECM and the control unit. In practice, this error is usually associated with a low battery or power surges.

B1608 Code 1608 is common for airbags. To solve the problem, a detailed check of the squibs and sensors installed on the devices, as well as their wires, is required.

B1801 Damage to the driver side airbag igniter circuit

4134 This code is not described in the service documents for cars with engines V10, SV30, 1UZ and other versions. This error on cars 2011 and other years of release may appear when reading a scanner that is not suitable for diagnosis. In practice, the formation of this code is associated with malfunctions in the ABS system, but to obtain more accurate data, you should diagnose the car with more suitable equipment.

A799 Code A799 is not in the official documentation for the decoding of Toyota combinations. This is a scanner error, the operating parameters of which are not suitable for diagnostics. For testing, it is recommended to use other equipment.

P004B Malfunction in the left turbine

P004C Malfunctioning turbocharger. A possible cause may be a low voltage on the power line. Diagnostics of a compressor device with a mechanical drive is required.

P004D Turbocharger Solenoid B Malfunction

P011B Inlet air temperature or coolant temperature measurement parameters are out of range. The receipt by the control unit of the values are random. The user needs to check the operation of the sensors of these two systems.

P0017 Problems related to the correlation of controller B. The cause of the malfunction may be the incorrect position of the crankshaft and camshaft.

P0093 Code P0093 on a diesel engine and gasoline engine indicates a serious leak of fuel from the fuel system. The cause of the problem may be damage to the tank or destruction of the plunger component of the high-pressure fuel filter. It is also recommended to diagnose injectors.

P0441 Error P0441 appears as a result of poor-quality purge of the vapor recovery system

P0442 Fixing a fuel leak by the control unit. It is necessary to check all the joints of the fuel system, the integrity of the tank.

P0446 Malfunction of the vapor recovery and purge control system. Perhaps the emission sensor is out of order, but the owner of the car should first make sure the integrity of all highways. The cause of the problem may be damage to the power supply to the controller.

P0456 Code P0456 is also associated with a fuel vapor leak.

P0741 Error P0741 reports incorrect clutch adjustment

P0773 On Toyota Ace 3Y, A FE and other versions with a robot gearbox, this code appears when the solenoid E fails. In practice, this problem is usually associated with an open or shorted winding installed directly in the device. If cleaning the contacts and chips did not help, then it will take to disassemble the transmission unit and diagnostics with the replacement of the solenoids themselves.

P0820 For cars 2004 and other years of manufacture, this combination appears when the neutral gear switch malfunctions

P1238 Code P1238 is associated with a malfunction in the secondary circuit of the fuel pump. The user needs to diagnose the pumping device and verify that the filter is working.

P1248 On Toyota Vista 3S, Prius 20 and other versions, this code indicates the shutdown of the power unit or limitation of its power. The error is due to malfunctions in the exhaust gas recirculation flow module.

P1262 Literally, this code stands for "low circuit of the second turbocharger control sensor." The user needs to check the operation of the controller, as well as to verify the integrity of all system pipes.

P1601 Microprocessor module detected too high ECM temperature

P1602 The control unit sent a message stating that the battery power of the car is 0%. Battery check and recharge required.

P1635 On cars of 1991 and other years of production, this code appears when the tire / axle ratio is incorrect. Operating parameters are out of range.

P2002 Clogged Particulate Filter.

P2463 Diesel particulate filter clogging. There may be malfunctions in the operation of the power unit - arbitrary stop, lack of power, "failures" when you press the gas. It is necessary to check the quality of the filter element and replace it if necessary.

P2646 Jamming in the off state or incorrect operation of the valve control lever control system

C120A The C120A combination reports incorrect settings for the electronic control unit. A possible cause of the error may be the use of an outdated version of the module software.

C1207 Failure or incorrect operation of the starter module. With such a problem, difficulties with starting the engine are possible.

C1208 Code C1208 On Toyota Carina 4A FE and other models indicates an incorrect position of the steering wheel. If the corresponding steering wheel sensor has recently changed, then most likely it has not been calibrated. You should also make sure the integrity of the loop through which the controller is connected.

C1515 Adaptation or calibration of the engine torque regulator failed

C1223 The combination of C1223 is common to the ABS system. There are many possible reasons for the appearance of this code, starting from sensors and ending with a malfunction of the control module.

C1238 The microprocessor module reports the presence of external external particles between the rotor mechanism and the rear left wheel speed controller. To fix the problem, clean the plug and check the integrity of the contact elements.

C1242 General malfunction in the operation of the ABS and VSC systems. The user needs to check all control modules for these nodes, as well as the quality of contacts with sensors.

C1377 Literally, the error is translated capacitor. The problem may lie in the capacitor element mounted on the board of the microprocessor module or one of the control units.

C1401 General malfunction in the anti-skid module

C1441 Literally, code C1441 translates to “performance degradation of the braking function”. The cause of the problem may be malfunctions associated with the operation of the exchange rate stability system. Most likely, the fault should be sought in the amplifier device.

C1452 The combination C1452 indicates a reduced pressure in the accumulator. A detailed check of the device, as well as the integrity of the hoses connected to it, is required.

C1542 Internal malfunction of the anti-skid system

The following components are subject to diagnosis:

- all sensors mounted on wheels;

- anti-slip control unit;

- wires from the ABS control module to the controllers and the control unit;

- contacts on the regulators.

C2540 On the Prius NHW10, this code indicates that the power of the hybrid system is reduced. This error cannot appear on injectors. The malfunction is investigative, so the user needs to test the car in detail.

TOYOTA Transmission malfunctions

 

4LO Malfunction associated with the operation of the four-wheel drive transmission system. A detailed diagnosis of all sensors and connectors is required. The cause of the problem may be a malfunction of the center differential lock controller.

B2281 An error indicates a malfunction in the gearbox, in particular, it indicates a malfunction when the selector is switched to the "Parking" mode.

Possible reasons:

- speed sensor malfunction;

- gear drive failure;

- damage to the loop or one of the contacts on it;

- software malfunction of the control unit or the use of an old version of software (software);

- lack of communication between engine control modules and gearbox.

C1299 Cancel all-wheel drive control. The cause of the problem must be sought in the clutch system and transmission unit. The malfunction may consist in the failure of one of the sensors of the gearbox or torque converter.

P0504 Code P0504 on Toyota with a V30 engine and other motors reports a malfunction in the transmission control module

P0909 Literally, the code P0909 stands for "rocker control mechanism selection mechanism".

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- pickup stroke sensor;

- incorrect operation of the drive selection unit and speed switch assembly (system electric motor);

- malfunction of the automatic transmission module;

Damage or wear to the shift joint or fork shaft.

P0910 Code 0910 may be caused by the following issues:

a malfunction of the drive device for selecting and shifting gears assembly;

Short circuit on the electric transmission motor line;

problems in the operation of the TCM module.

P1732 On Camry cars SV32, V50 and other versions, this code appears if the limit of the parameters of the transmission unit has been reached. The user needs to check all gearbox sensors and complete unit training. Engine Fault Code

P00B0 Failure or errors in the operation of the turbine control module or a malfunction in the operation of the second-row turbine itself. A possible cause may be air leaks, so all pipes and connections of the system must be checked.

P0011 If on Toyota Avensis in the back of 270 or another model this code caught fire, this indicates an incorrect position of the engine camshaft.

P0012 When an error occurs, P0012 indicates a malfunction of the valve timing control. The problem may result from a low level of engine fluid in the powertrain. The appearance of the code is sometimes due to improper installation of the camshaft, timing control drive or timing belt.

More on what to check:

- Strainers for the solenoid valve for the variable valve timing. These items may be clogged or torn, sometimes they are not installed correctly.

- Leakage of engine fluid at the seating surfaces of the valve seals of the valve timing device.

- Interruption of the supply of motor fluid to the solenoid valve of the drive mechanism.

- Timing drive belt integrity for wear.

P0015 Invalid valve timing, opening angle too late

P0016 Code P0016 appears as a result of a violation of the relationship between the camshaft and crankshaft. The cause of the problem may be related to the wear of the gears on the pulleys, as well as the malfunction of the sensors, but the second option is less likely. Sometimes the error appears as a result of wear and tension of the timing chain.

P0018 Code 0018 reports a phase mismatch in the gas distribution system

P0104 appears when there is a malfunction of the mass air flow sensor

P0170 Disruption of fuel balance in the engine. The user needs to find and eliminate the cause of depletion or enrichment of the combustible mixture.

P0401 Low efficiency of the exhaust gas recirculation system. If all the sensors are intact, then you need to check the operation of the pipes and hoses - the cause of the problem may be air leakage. If there is no leakage, the clamps should be checked, since one of them could weaken. If these steps did not help to eliminate the cause, then it may be the microprocessor module.

P0046 Combination P0046 reports a malfunction in the turbocharger pressure control solenoid valve. The cause of the error may consist in the failure of the drive pressure device.

P0048 Malfunction in the solenoid valve of the turbocharger pressure control system. The drive pressure device may be generating a signal that is too high.

P0161 On a car with HBO (gas equipment) and without it, this error reports a breakdown of the heating component of the second lambda probe. The user needs to check the oxygen controller installed in the second engine bank.

P0171 Code P0171 indicates that the mixture in the cylinders of the power unit of automobiles 1993, 1998, 1999 and other years of manufacture is too lean. The user needs to check engine compression, as well as sensors that may affect the formation of the mixture. This refers to an oxygen controller, as well as a regulator of mass air flow and pressure.

P0172 Code P0172 indicates re-enriched air-fuel mixture in the engine cylinders

P0174 The combination P0174 appears as a result of over-depletion of the air-fuel mixture

P0175 Message about re-enriched mixture in the cylinders of the power unit

P0300 Code P0300 on Toyota 1KZ TE, 3YP LPG and other versions of the car denotes multiple random misfires.

Possible causes of the problem:

- improper compression in the engine cylinders;

- air leaks;

- damage to the gasket or cylinder head;

- malfunction or clogging of the mass air flow sensor;

- failure of the lambda probe or damage to one of the contacts on the devices;

- clogged fuel filter;

- nozzle malfunction.

P0301 Misfire recorded in the first cylinder of the engine

P0302 The control unit reports misfire in the second cylinder of the power unit

P0304 The control unit detected misfire in the fourth cylinder of the power unit

P0345 This combination on cars of 2004 and other years of release appears when the camshaft controller breaks down

P0400 Error P0400 indicates a malfunction in the exhaust gas recirculation system. The user needs to check all the sensors, as well as to verify the integrity of the pipes and hoses.

P0418 Malfunctions in the auxiliary air system. The user needs to perform the operation of the sensors associated with it, as well as make sure that there is no leakage and the integrity of the nozzles.

P0420 The combination P0420 or 0420 appears in the case of low efficiency of the catalytic system, the problem is in the first engine bank. The problem appears within five minutes after starting the power unit. A possible cause of the problem may be a malfunction of the oxygen controller heating system.

P0430 Code P0430 is associated with reduced efficiency of the catalyst system. The problem should be sought in the second bank of the engine.

P0746 appears when the pressure solenoid is incorrectly adjusted

P0766 Code P0766 reports incorrect adjustment of the solenoid switch device D

P0770 Malfunction solenoid E

P1130 Code 1130 is associated with the absence of a heated oxygen regulator switch installed at the input. The control unit indicates a malfunction of the controller at number 11. The error is accompanied by the message “adaptive fuel at the limit”.

P1220 The combination of P1220 indicates a malfunction in the throttle control system.

P1222 General throttle valve control error

P1226 Code P1226 indicates an incorrect fuel supply, which indicates a malfunction in the fuel line. The problem may be both in the sensors and in the leak.

P1251 Error indicates increased air pressure and is accompanied by a decrease in engine thrust, possible causes of a malfunction:

- failure or malfunctioning of the electric pneumatic control valve of the turbocharger;

- open or short circuit in the vacuum control line;

- malfunction of a turbocompressor device;

- damage to the valve of the recirculation system;

- damage to vacuum tubes or leakage;

- malfunction of the powertrain control unit.

P1264 Possible causes of the error:

- malfunction of the fuel filter device;

- leakage or loosening of the fuel pipe clamps (check the integrity of the nut to tighten the fuel pump cover and housing);

- damage to the fuel pump device.

P1272 Incorrect fuel pressure, too low. In case of error Р1272, it is necessary to check the operation of the corresponding sensor and make sure that there are no leaks. Perhaps the cause of the problem is a clogged fuel filter installed in the pump. Sometimes the malfunction is a clogged engine nozzle.

P1300 Code P1300 or 1300 reports a malfunction in the first ignition coil

P1305 The combination P1305 appears when the second ignition coil fails

P1310 Error codes P1310 or 1310 is associated with a malfunction in the third ignition coil. The cause of the problem may be the poor contact of the device with the on-board network or distribution node. In some cases, an error occurs as a result of damage to the high-voltage wire or failure of the spark plug.

P1349 Code P1349 or 1349 appears as a result of problems with the operation of the VVT valve. The device may be receiving an incorrect signal or the controller connector is damaged. A detailed diagnosis of the contacts and the integrity of the electrical circuits is required. The cause of the problem may be in the electronic engine control unit.

P1354 Error P1354 indicates a malfunction in the VVT valve installed in the right left head of the second engine bank. Often this problem can be solved by rearranging the elements. If these steps do not help, you will have to change the device.

P1545 Throttle control mechanism does not respond to gas pedal

P1604 Code P1604 on cars 1992, 1997, 1993 and other years of release appears when an unsuccessful attempt to start the engine.

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- battery discharge or damage;

- malfunction of the ignition switch or the Start / Stop system;

- regular use of low-quality fuel;

- problems in the work of the immobilizer;

- malfunction of the anti-theft system;

- critical engine failure;

- clogged one of the filters affecting the launch;

- malfunctioning nozzles or oxygen sensors.

P1605 Code P1605 indicates an invalid engine idle signal. The causes of the problem can be many, ranging from cylinder malfunctions to the control unit. In practice, the essence of the error usually consists in the malfunction of the knock sensor.

P1760 Error P1760 indicates wiring damage or a failure of the linear solenoid valve for the pressure control circuit. It is possible that the device is in one of the positions.

P2006 Malfunction in the drive mechanism for changing the geometry of the intake manifold in the first engine bank. The node hovered in the closed position. It is necessary to verify in detail the operation of the mechanism and, if it is not working, replace the device.

P2008 The control unit when a P2008 error occurs on cars 2005 and other years of production reports the first damper control valve.

P2111 Error P2111 is due to malfunctions present in the operation of the throttle control system. The mechanism may jam in the open or closed position. Most likely, you will need to replace the drive or the entire assembly.

P2112 On RAV4 vehicles of the first generation, 4WS, D4D and other versions, code 2112 reports problems in the operation of the throttle control drive. The cause of the malfunction may consist in the electric motor of the mechanism or sticking of the product in a closed or closed state.

P2118 The combination of P2118 indicates a malfunction in the throttle actuator. A detailed diagnosis of the node management system is required - ETCS. If the mechanism operates unstably, with a reduced voltage, this can lead to cutting off the current to the power unit. The ETCS fuse, battery, or battery terminals may be malfunctioning.

P2149 Code 2149 appears when there is a break in the wiring or another malfunction associated with the wrong signal. An incorrect pulse is detected on fuel injector B.

P2195 Code P2195 or 2195 appears when the air-fuel mixture is lean. The control unit indicates that the problem is due to readings from the first oxygen controller installed in row 1. The lambda probe itself may be operational.

P2197 The depletion of the air-fuel mixture. A message is received from the first lambda probe located in the second row of cylinders.

P2440 Malfunction in the valve of switching of the secondary air injection system. The mechanism is stuck in the open position; a detailed check is required.

P2442 Error P2442 indicates sticking in the open state of the auxiliary air supply valves

C1201 The operation of the power unit is regarded by the control unit as incorrect. Engine speed is much lower than the permissible norm. If error C1201, the driver must diagnose the shafts and the idle speed sensor. The reason may lie in the power unit itself, for example, damage to the head of the unit or gasket.

C1227 Damage to the wiring of the solenoid valve SA3. The control unit indicates that the signal from the device, arriving at the microprocessor, does not meet the normalized indicators.

C1298 Error C1298 is associated with a malfunction in the solenoid pressure control device. If the mechanism is complete, then the problem should be sought in the wiring or in the all-wheel drive control module.

C1360 Failure of a pressure sensor installed in the brake master cylinder

C1733 Error in the operation of the height control solenoid

C1776 Failure of the front speed sensor. The engine control unit captures an invalid signal from the controller.

TOYOTA Sensor Failures

 

P2A00 Failure of the first oxygen controller

P0031 Code P0031 indicates problems in the operation of the lambda probe. The user needs to check the oxygen regulator located on the collector device.

P0051 Error P0051 indicates a malfunction in the oxygen regulator installed on the intake manifold. The cause of the problem may also be damage to the wiring, short circuit or oxidation of the contacts. A detailed check of the power line and the quality of the connection to the on-board network is required.

P0105 Failure code of the air pressure controller. It is necessary to check the sensor itself, as well as its contact with the on-board system.

P0115 This error code OBD2 on Toyota 5A, Prado 90, E120 and other versions indicates a malfunction of the coolant temperature controller. It is necessary to check the operation of the sensor, in particular, its contacts with the wiring.

P0120 Error 0120 appears when one of the sensors malfunctions or breaks - the position of the throttle assembly or gas pedal. In the event of failure of both devices, malfunctions in the operation of the power unit are possible - a decrease in traction, “power failures”, and a lack of reaction to pressing the pedal. A possible cause may be a fault in the wiring through which the controller is connected.

P0121 Error code of the gas pedal position controller. If the sensor is serviceable, then the cause may be problems in the operation of the throttle valve, since the performance of the unit is recorded as low.

P0125 The microprocessor module has detected a reduced refrigerant temperature to control the system in a closed loop. The cause of the P0125 malfunction should be sought in the lambda probe or thermostat.

P0131 Malfunction of the first oxygen controller, also requires diagnosis of its wiring

P0137 The engine control module has detected a reduced signal from the output controller of the oxygen sensor. This refers to the second device installed in the first motor bank.

P0156 Error P0156 on Toyota Mark II, X, Verso 14D and other versions reports a breakdown of the second lambda probe installed in bank 2.

P0330 P0330 is associated with damage to the power wiring of the second knock sensor. If the device breaks down, there will be difficulties with starting the engine, sometimes the engine does not start at all. When idling, the power unit will troit.

P0500 Code P0 500 appears as a result of a speed sensor malfunction. Information about the speed mode may not be displayed correctly on the speedometer, arrows may jump.

To resolve the problem, it is recommended that you follow these steps:

- Check the integrity of the connectors on the connector block of the sensor to the dashboard. The contact may have gone and you need to reconnect it.

- Diagnose the integrity of the cable through which the sensor is connected to the instrument cluster.

- Check the quality of the connection of the controller to the transmission unit.

- Diagnose the contacts for a short.

P0505 Code 0505 appears when the idle sensor fails. When this problem occurs, the car engine will function unstably, jumps in speed are possible.

P0556 On 2006 Toyota and other model years, this code indicates problems with the operation of the pressure sensor in the vacuum brake booster circuit. A signal is received from the device that does not correspond to the normalized indicators. Most likely, the sensor itself will have to be changed.

P0776 Malfunction of the solenoid valve B pressure control system

P0793 The microprocessor module detected a malfunction in the speed control of the transmission unit. Possible damage to the wiring or improper resistance on the line, which led to a short circuit of the contacts. Sometimes the cause is a malfunction of the parking position controller.

P0915 Discrepancy in the readings of the primary and secondary sensors of the gearshift mechanism

P0919 Error controlling the position of the gearshift mechanism

P1100 The combination is associated with a malfunction in the mass air flow sensor. It is necessary to check the operation of the device and make sure that the controller is not clogged. If the sensor is clogged, it needs to be cleaned, for this you can use a special tool for carburetor engines.

P1116 Failure of the coolant temperature sensor It is recommended to check the quality of the device's contact with the wiring, as well as the integrity of the power line.

P1121 Code 1121 appears as a result of a malfunction of the sensor mounted on the gas pedal. The device position controller sends the wrong signal to the microprocessor module. A detailed check of the regulator is required.

P1125 General Malfunction Throttle Position Sensor

P1128 Failure of the upper level oxygen sensor with a heating element

P1150 The control unit can not detect the switch of the heating device of the oxygen regulator installed in the second unit.

P1250 Code 1250 on Toyota T22, T25 and other versions can occur with two malfunctions:

malfunction of the boost pressure controller, the sensor parameters are not included in the range of normalized values;

problems in the operation of the turbocharger drive control device.

P1336 An error code indicates a malfunction of the crankshaft position sensor, but the cause of the problem may consist in a timing belt jump on one or more teeth. It is required to check the integrity of the strap and replace it if it is stretched.

P1346 Code P1346 reports a malfunction in the camshaft position controller. Possible malfunction of the valve timing. A detailed check of the sensor is required, as well as the wiring through which it is connected.

P1520 Code P1520 is associated with a malfunction of the rear stop lamp switch, possible causes of failure:

- damage to the power wiring of the sensor or bulbs installed in the brake lights;

- failure of the relay or safety device of the optical elements;

- damage to the fuse socket or contacts;

- malfunction of the sensor mounted on the brake pedal;

- problems in the operation of the control unit.

P2238 Error code P2238 is associated with a malfunction in the first oxygen engine controller. Diagnostics of connecting a lambda probe is required, because the signal coming from the regulator may be too low.

P2241 Code P2241 indicates a malfunction of the second lambda probe located on the right side

P2714 Code P2714 indicates a malfunction of the solenoid valve in the operation of automatic transmission. A detailed check of the box is required, it is recommended to start the diagnosis with sensors.

P2716 Code P2716 appears as a result of electrical malfunction of the pressure control valve “Magnet D”

B1100 Failure or malfunction of the airbag controller assembly. It is recommended to diagnose all wires coming from the control unit. The cause of the problem may not be the sensor, but a bad contact or cable.

B1153 appears when the seat position controller malfunctions. It is necessary to check the sensors located on the seats of the driver and passenger. In practice, the cause of the malfunction usually consists in breaking the wire or disconnecting the contact.

B1421 Code B1421 indicates a malfunction in the solar radiation controller installed on the front passenger side

B1693 Failure of the driver side airbag malfunction controller

B1811 Code 1811 indicates problems with the operation of the SRS security system. The cause of the malfunction may be damage to the spiral cable or the pad sensor. It is recommended to carry out detailed diagnostics of all components of the security system, starting from the control module and controllers.

B1901 Break or damage to the power line squib of the right front seat belt pretensioner

B2611 Escape from telescopic position controller

B2780 On Toyota Corolla AE, Yaris and other models, this diagnostic code appears when the key unlock switch is broken or malfunctioning. The device is not in the activation state, and the ignition switch is set to ON. It is necessary to check the unlock switch, wiring integrity and key control unit.

C0200 Reasons for the appearance of code C0200:

- malfunction of the left or right front engine speed controller;

- damage to the wiring of the power regulator;

- malfunction of the rotor speed mechanism;

- errors made during the installation of the sensor;

- malfunction of the brake master cylinder control module assembly (ABS).

C0205 is associated with a malfunction in the left front engine speed sensor

C0210 appears as a result of a malfunction of the right rear wheel speed controller. Damage to the wiring or rotor mechanism of the device. Sometimes the problem is associated with incorrect installation of the controller and a malfunction of the brake system control unit.

C0215 Malfunctions in the operation of the ABS sensor mounted on the rear left wheel

C1202 Malfunctions in the operation of the brake fluid level controller. If such an error occurs, a message about a shortage of consumables in the tank may be displayed on the dashboard of the car. The user needs to check the volume of fluid and top up if necessary. The cause of the problem may be a break in the wiring supplying the sensor.

C1207 Failure of the controller of the anti-skid system mounted on the rear left wheel

C1231 Code C1231 is related to an ABS system malfunction. If error 1231 occurs, the user must perform a diagnosis of the steering wheel control. Possible sensor malfunction or wiring damage.

C1246 Code C1246 is related to a malfunction of the pressure controller in the engine master cylinder. With error C 1246, a wiring integrity check is required, and if the circuit is not defective, the sensor must be replaced.

C1256 Error C1256 appears when there is a problem with the accumulator. The pressure in the device is too low, but the cause may be the wrong signal from the mechanism.

C1268 Code C1268 appears when a gear position sensor malfunction

C1290 Failure of the steering wheel angle adjuster

C1336 The combination of C1336 appears as a result of the failure of the sensor element of the stability control system

C1406 Error C1406 appears as a result of failure or errors in the operation of the ABS sensor. This refers to the device located on the left front wheel. It is recommended to check the integrity of the connectors connected to the controller, since the error is often associated with dirty contacts.

C1407 Rear right anti-skid sensor malfunction The cause of the problem may be a short circuit of the contacts or an open circuit.

C1422 Error code C1422 reports the failure of the controller installed in the engine master cylinder

C1433 indicates an internal malfunction in the steering angle controller. The error could occur after replacing the steering universal joint or other repair manipulations. The reason may be a physical malfunction of the sensor element. The angle of rotation of the sensor could freeze in a certain position.

C1541 Failure of the controller of an angle of rotation of back wheels. On the scoreboard with such an error, the Check Engine indicator, as well as the P / S icon, often lights up. With error C1541, it is required to check the device and if it is intact, then carry out diagnostics of the wiring and connectors.

C2126 During operation of the microprocessor module in the main mode, the transmitter identifier was not received by the unit. There can be many causes of problems, but they are all related to the operation of sensors. The number of the controller and its name are not indicated, so you need to check all the regulators, which are suspicious about the correct operation.


TOYOTA Malfunctions of electrics and electronics

 

P264A The control unit reports damage to the wiring or disconnection of the block from the position controller of the actuator mechanism of valve lever A. This refers to devices installed in the first row of cylinders.

P0010 Damage to the wiring of the camshaft position controller A

P0057 When code P0057 appears, the microprocessor module reports damage to the power supply wiring of the oxygen sensor heating device. This refers to the second lambda probe installed in row 2. First of all, you need to check the integrity of the connector and wiring. The oxygen sensor may fail as a result of regular refueling of the vehicle with low-quality fuel.

P0110 Combination P0110 is associated with damage or interruption in the wiring of the intake air temperature controller

P0100 Code P0100 appears when there is a malfunction in the wiring supplying the mass air flow sensor

P0102 Invalid pulse or lack of signal from the mass air flow controller

P0118 The increased signal coming from the antifreeze temperature controller in the cooling system. The voltage on the line is too high, which may be due to a shorted cable or a malfunction of the sensor.

P0138 The combination of P0138 is a consequence of the increased pulse recorded in the circuit of the second oxygen regulator. This refers to the device installed in the first bank.

P0037 Code P0037 or 0037 appears as a result of damage to the wiring connected to the heating device of the oxygen controller. This refers to the second lambda probe installed in the first engine bank. The control unit reports a reduced signal from the sensor.

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- the heating element has failed;

- the fuse for the lambda probe has blown;

- the wiring supplying the sensor is damaged, or a short circuit has occurred in the electrical circuit;

- on the controller power block, the contact is oxidized;

- the ECM motor control unit is out of order or malfunctioning.

P0038 The control module has detected an excessive voltage on the power cable of the heating device of the second oxygen sensor. It is necessary to check the controller located in the first bank of the engine.

P0045 The appearance of an error may be accompanied by the following symptoms:

- engine stop when idling;

- difficulty starting the engine;

- "Tripling" of the power unit while driving on the rise;

- speed jumps.

The cause of the error is damage to the power line of the pressure control valve of the supercharger of the drive supercharger.

P0047 Error P0047 on Corolla AE 100, Premium 7A and other models appears with a reduced signal coming from the turbocharging system pressure control solenoid valve

P0113 An increased signal in the electrical circuit of the air temperature regulator entering the intake

P0134 When such an error appears on the display, the powertrain control module cannot detect the signal coming from the oxygen sensor regulator. Need a diagnosis of impulse activity.

P0135 Code P0135 is fixed by the control unit as a result of a malfunction of the electrical circuit of the heating device of the first oxygen sensor. The regulator is located in bank 1 of the engine.

P0136 Error P0136 is associated with a defect in the connection line of the second oxygen regulator located in the first motor bank

P0141 Error P0141 is associated with damage to the wiring of the heating circuit of the second lambda probe. Checking the sensor located in the second engine bank is required.

P0155 Error P0155 is due to damage to the heating device line of the first lambda probe located in the second bank. It is possible that the current on the power supply line of the device does not meet the normalized indicators. If the voltage level on the circuit drops, a cable check and replacement will be required.

P0158 If the Check is on and this error appears, it means an increased level of the output pulse of the second lambda probe installed in bank 2.

P0191 Code P0191 on Toyota Camry 30, Cruiser PCS and other models appears when the wiring is damaged or a poor-quality signal from the fuel pressure sensor

P0192 When P0192 appears, the microprocessor module indicates a reduced signal coming from the pressure controller. This refers to a sensor installed in the fuel rail.

P1497 Failure of the first inlet temperature controller, an incorrect signal is received from the sensor

P0200 Damage to the circuit of one of the nozzles. The part number is not indicated, so the user needs to check all the elements.

P0325 Code OBD 0325 on Toyota 2009, 2010, 2007 and other years of manufacture is associated with malfunctions in the electrical circuit of knock controller No. 1. If such an error occurs, incorrect engine operation is possible - triple the power unit, idle jumps, etc.

P0335 Code P0335 indicates damage to the electrical circuit of the crankshaft position sensor (HF or DPKV)

P0340 When error P0340 occurs, the microprocessor device indicates a malfunction or damage to the electrical circuit of the camshaft position controller. The appearance of this code may be due to clogged contacts.

P0343 Overvoltage in the camshaft regulator power supply section

P0351 Code P0351 indicates a malfunction in the power circuit of the first ignition coil A. The signal from the device may be increased or decreased. A detailed check of the cable as well as the power input of the coil on the distributor is required.

P0352 Code P0352 indicates a malfunction in the power circuit of the second ignition coil B. The signal from the device may be increased or decreased. A detailed check of the cable as well as the power input of the coil on the distributor is required.

P0353 Fault P0353 is associated with the third ignition coil C. The steps to diagnose and fix the problem are similar.

P0354 Code P0354 reports damage to the electrical circuit or failure of the fourth ignition coil D

P0355 Malfunction associated with the primary or secondary power line of the ignition coil E

P0356 The combination indicates damage or malfunction of the secondary or primary circuit of the ignition coil "F"

P0368 Code P0368 on Toyota Camry 50 and other models indicates a malfunction in the exhaust camshaft adjuster

P0393 No signal from the camshaft adjuster

P0405 The microprocessor device detected a reduced signal coming from the first controller in the exhaust gas recirculation system. In service manuals, this sensor is indicated by the letter “A”.

P0443 Error code P0443 appears when the cable supplying the purge valve of the fuel vapor detection system is broken

P0560 Code P0560 for cars 2003, 2013 and other years of manufacture is associated with improper voltage in the vehicle's on-board system.

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- battery discharge;

- damage to the battery, which led to electrolyte leakage and its inoperability;

- oxidation of the terminals on the battery or damage to the terminals;

- malfunction of the generator device;

- failure of the regulator relay;

- damage or breakage of the drive strap.

P0606 Code P0606 for cars of 2008 and other years of release appears when communication between the ECM and PCM modules is interrupted. To reset the error, you need to check all the wires connecting the blocks.

P0703 Error P0703 is associated with damage to the circuit of the controller In the system of reducing torque during braking

P0705 Code P0705 for cars 2006, 2008 and other years of manufacture is associated with damage or breakage in the wiring of the gearbox controller

P0715 Damage to the wiring of the speed controller of the input shaft of the automatic transmission. The problem is the operation of the torque converter turbine.

P0724 Error P0724 is associated with an increased signal on the controller line B to reduce torque during braking. Diagnostic and troubleshooting steps are performed similarly to other sensors.

P0748 On cars in 2011 and other years of manufacture, this combination appears when a malfunction of the electrical component of the pressure control valve A. It is necessary to check the operation of the transmission unit, including all connections and sensors.

P0753 Damage or interruption in the wiring of switch A of the solenoid device

P0758 Combination 0758 appears when the wiring of switch B of the solenoid device is damaged

P0778 Wiring Pressure Control Solenoid Valve

P0810 Literally, this code translates as "the impossibility of a small stroke and slow engagement of the clutch." Error P0810 may be accompanied by an inscription on the dashboard “check the 4WD system”.

Possible causes of the problem:

- failure of the actuator clutch release device;

- smoothness of the fork or release bearing is impaired;

- failure of the clutch basket;

- the use of non-original spare parts for system repair;

- mistakes made during the installation of parts;

- use of a control unit with outdated software.

P0812 Code P0812 appears when the following malfunctions:

- line damage or short circuit on the wire of the reversing light switch;

- failure of the switch controller;

- failure of the pickup stroke sensor;

- malfunction of the TCM module or software failure in its operation;

- failure of the reversing light switch.

P0900 On Toyota Yaris and other models, code P0900 appears as a result of a break in the power line supplying the clutch actuator

P0907 Damage or malfunction of the shift position position line

P0917 Voltage coming from the gear shift sensor remains high for one trip. It is necessary to check the operation of the controller and its electrical circuit. You should also diagnose the automatic transmission control unit (automatic transmission).

P0999 Verbatim interpretation of the code - “increased signal recorded on the control line of the shift solenoid valve”. The cause of the problem may be a short circuit to “plus”, as well as a malfunction of one of the control units.

P0974 Increased signal or short circuit wiring on the power line of the electromagnetic valve A gearshift

P1047 Malfunction of the Valvematic Control Unit. The microprocessor unit detected an error with the device settings parameter. The cause of the problem may be damage to the power supply circuit of the first row.

P1049 Failure or damage to the internal line of the Valvematic control module. The problem should be sought in the controller for stepless valve lift assembly in the front row. The cause of the malfunction may be due to incorrectly set operation parameters of the control unit. The problem may consist in the interturn circuit of the device’s electric motor.

P1105 A microprocessor module detected a +12 volt short circuit in the electrical circuit of the heating element of one of the oxygen sensors

P1115 Damage to the power line of the heating device of the antifreeze temperature sensor

P1126 Open circuit or short circuit on the magnetic clutch supply line

P1127 Malfunction or break in the power line of the drive unit of the power supply ETCS

P1133 The control unit reports a malfunction in the electrical response of the A / F controller.

P1135 The appearance of a combination of P1135 or 1135 is associated with a damage or a break in the power line of the heating device of the oxygen regulator F

P1155 The combination P1155 appears when there is a malfunction in the heating device of the lambda probe installed in the second motor bank. If the wiring is intact, then the reason must be sought in the deterioration of the insulation or disconnection of the connector.

P1200 The combination of P 1200 indicates damage to the circuit of one of the nozzles. The exact item number is not marked, so the user will have to check all devices.

P1215 Combination P1215 reports damage to the wiring supplying the engine control unit

P1228 Error code P1228 is associated with a malfunction in the fuel pump. The user must first check the power supply circuit of the pumping device, since the reason is due to a short circuit on the line.

P1229 Too high a pulse recorded in the primary circuit of the power relay

P1315 Code 1315 is associated with damage to the power line of the fourth ignition coil

P1335 Error 1335 on Toyota 2006, 2008 and other years of release indicates problems in the operation of the crankshaft controller. The signal from the sensor disappears three seconds after starting the power unit.

P1343 A trouble code indicates an increased signal coming from the camshaft position controller A

P1345 Malfunction of a wire of the camshaft position controller

P1550 Malfunction or damage to the wiring of the battery current regulator (Battery). The cause of the problem may be the battery itself.

P1566 Error associated with a faulty wiring or damage to the power line of the main switch of the cruise control system

P1589 Code P1589 appears when the following problems occur:

the control unit did not calibrate the zero position of the deceleration controller;

the position of the vehicle was not stabilized during the calibration;

the SRS control module is malfunctioning or intermittently

The control unit is out of order or malfunctions.

P1603 Internal EEPROM memory module failure. A detailed diagnosis of the microprocessor unit is required.

P1633 Failure or error in the operation of the electronic throttle control system

P1653 Error 1653 related to SCV58 circuitry

P1656 Code P1656 appears when there is a malfunction or damage to the circuit of the OCV oil control valve. This refers to the item installed in the first bank.

P1660 On Toyota 2004, 2007 and other years of manufacture, the combination of P1660 appears as a result of damage to the air intake control circuit

P1667 Malfunction or Damage to TCV Power Supply Wiring

P1705 Damage to the wiring of the direct clutch speed controller. The reason may be a short circuit, because a signal is received from the device that does not correspond to the normalized parameters.

P1725 Damage or interruption in the wiring supplying the speed controller

P1730 Failure of the speed controller of the speed controller or damage to the wiring supplying the sensor

P1750 Code P1750 appears as a result of malfunctions in the brake control unit. The problem is either a malfunction in the braking mechanism or in the ABS.

P1780 The signal on the power supply wire of the gearbox switch is out of the acceptable range for self-diagnosis. The cause of the problem may be the TCS transmission control unit.

P1801 Error in the operation of the engine blocker. The user needs to check the battery in the key, and also make sure the integrity of all contacts and wires. If an anti-theft system was installed on the car, the cause of the problem may be its conflict with the standard immobilizer. To fix the problem, you will need to install an optional bypass module.

P2103 A microprocessor module detected a short circuit in the power line of the throttle actuator relay

P2109 The P2109 code appears if the characteristics of the minimum limitation of the gas pedal controller or throttle valve do not correspond to the normalized

P2121 Malfunction of the gas pedal controller or throttle. An error code indicates that an incorrect current is coming from the controller that does not match the normalized parameters.

P2123 Error P2123 is due to an electrical malfunction in the first gas pedal controller. The cause of the problem may be a short circuit of the contacts to +12 battery.

P2138 ECM module failure. The cause of the problem in some cases is a malfunction of the gas pedal position sensor.

P2196 Error P2196 reports that the output voltage of the heating element of the lambda probe remains at the same level of at least 0.4 volts when the engine is idling. This indicates a poor signal.

P2237 Code P2237 is associated with damage to the heater wiring of the first oxygen controller. It is necessary to check the wires of the device installed in the first engine bank.

P2240 This error on cars with manual transmissions or automatic transmissions in 1988 and other years of production is associated with the disconnection of the oxygen sensor power line. The user needs to check the operation of the lambda probe 1 installed in the second block. The control unit notes that the pump current does not correspond to the normalized parameters.

P2432 Low impulse transmitted from the exhaust air system. A possible cause may be a malfunction in the pressure controllers or the mass air flow.

P2588 Error due to a low signal coming from the turbocharger boost control position adjuster. The cause of the problem may indicate a malfunction in the discharge device.

P2649 Increased voltage in the electrical circuit of the oil supply valve to the so-called rocker arms. On Toyota Carina AT 212, E10 and other versions, it is recommended to check the quality of the terminal clamps on the devices, as well as on the motor control unit. Perhaps the problem is poor contact with the "mass" of the car.

P2770 The engine control unit reports an incorrect signal from the solenoid valve of the clutch installed in the torque converter. If the problem with P2770 is not the valve and its wiring, then the reason should be sought in the microprocessor module.

P2757 Literally, This Combination Translates As “Improper Characteristic Of Control Valve Clutch Pressure Control Valve In Torque Converter”. It is necessary to check the operation of the DSU sensor on the gearbox.

P2759 The P2759 code may appear when the following problems occur:

- open or damaged line of the SR electromagnetic valve;

- short circuit or disconnection of the SLU.

Most likely, the cause of the problem is a disconnected connector or a wiring malfunction.

P2763 The error indicates a signal that does not correspond to the rated values that comes from the clutch pressure control solenoid valve. The reason should be sought in the torque converter transmission device. If cleaning the contacts on the sensors and checking the connectors for integrity does not produce results, the node will have to be disassembled and diagnosed in more detail.

P2799 The signal level coming from the control system of the auxiliary working oil pump in the gearbox is too high. It is necessary to check the operation of the node. In some cases, the cause of the malfunction is associated with the use of a low-quality transmission fluid. You can determine the use of bad oil by the smell of burning and sediment at the bottom of the consumable.

P3000 Microprocessor module reports a malfunction or incorrect operation of the HV battery

P3100 Failure or malfunction of the HV system control unit

B0101 Break or damage to the circuit of the igniter of one of the airbags. With error 0101, a detailed diagnosis of all sensors, as well as their contacts with the on-board network, is required.

B0106 Damage to the power line of the detonation sensor of the side airbag. If such an error occurs on the Toyota Prado 150 and other versions, first of all, it is necessary to check the contacts from the controller connected to the SRS control unit.

B0111 Rupture or damage to the driver’s side airbag igniter side airbag, front left

B1000 Malfunction of the central module of the SRS system. To fix the problem, all wires and contacts, as well as the sensors of the safety node, are checked.

B1181 Code B1181 indicates damage or breakage in the power line of the second stage of airbags.

B1419 On Toyota Camry 40 and other cars, this code indicates a malfunction in the wire supplying the temperature sensor in the rear

B1423 Error indicates a short circuit or a break in the power supply line to the pressure controller. The operating parameter of the coolant may be too low, which will lead to malfunctions of the cooling system. First of all, you need to check the sensor itself and its contacts, as well as make sure the integrity of all highways and pipes.

B1610 Damage to the power line of the right anti-skid sensor on the front wheel

B1615 Possible reasons for the code to appear:

- damage to the wires on the instrument cluster or disconnection of the contacts;

- malfunction of the main harness with wires in the engine compartment;

- failure of the left front sensor of the anti-skid system;

- malfunction of the main SRS module.

B1650 Malfunction of the anti-skid control module

B1651 This OBD code for Toyota Land Cruiser, 4S, 1ZZ and other versions is associated with an open knee airbag. The cause of the error indicates damage to the regulator's power line.

B1656 Internal EEPROM memory module failure. Possible malfunctions of the control unit, which will lead to problems in the functioning of other systems.

B1660 Damage or malfunction of the power line indicator light activation and deactivation of airbags

B1800 Short circuit in the power supply circuit of the airbag igniter mounted on the driver's side.

Possible causes of the problem:

- damage or wear to the harness with electrical circuits connected to the instrument cluster;

- malfunction of a twisted wire assembly;

- failure or disconnection of the contact from the sound button;

- malfunction of the SRS control module.

B1806 Damage to the wiring supplying the ignition for a frontal airbag installed on the driver's side

B1821 A broken power line or improper resistance in the power wiring of the right side airbag squib. The cause of the problem may be a short circuit on the line.

B1826 The microprocessor module has detected a poor-quality signal or an open pulse on the SRS control circuit. An Airbag indicator may appear on the dashboard of the vehicle.

B1831 A microprocessor device has detected a short circuit in the power line of the curtain airbag squib

B1836 The SRS system control module has detected a short to the curtain line airbag igniter left supply line. The sensor itself may be faulty, but the reason may also be in the control unit.

B1856 According to the official translation of OBD2 codes for Mark 2 110, NHW10 and other versions, this combination appears with the following errors:

the anti-skid control module detects the impulse of a break or damage to the power supply line of the rear left squib;

damage to the knock sensor of airbags;

failure of the control module or software failure of the SRS device.

B1860 On vehicles with a diesel or gas engine, this code appears when the following problems occur:

a short circuit in the power wiring of the knock sensor of the airbag for the driver’s knees;

failure of the squib of the device;

malfunction or software malfunction in the operation of the SRS control module.

B1861 Opening of the knee airbag detonator power line. In practice, the error is often associated with the deviation of the resistance in the wiring from the normalized indicator as a result of the effect of corrosion on the connector. Some car owners solve the problem by installing a so-called snag.

B1816 Damage to the ignition line for the front passenger airbag

B1900 The SRS control unit has detected an incorrect signal from the right passenger airbag squib

B1906 Open or damaged passenger side airbag igniter circuit

B2602 Low signal that does not correspond to the operating parameters in the daytime running lamp control circuit

B2788 Malfunction or damage to the IG2 signal line transmitted on the LIN digital bus

B2796 Lack of communication in the engine blocking system. The user must check the immobilizer and first of all replace the battery in the key. The cause of the problem may also be the antenna block of the engine blocker or the installation of an anti-theft system. A signal conflict may begin with a standard immobilizer; to eliminate the malfunction, you will have to install a bypass module.

B2798 Communication error between the ignition key and the immobilizer electronic control module. There can be many reasons for the problem, but first of all, you need to check the operation of the batteries. If the power sources in the key are operable, then the immobilizer antenna and all the contacts of the control module are locked by the engine lock.

B2799 Code B2799 appears when the following malfunctions:

- Communication error between the engine control module and the identification code unit. A detailed diagnosis of the wiring harness is required.

- Communication line failure. It is recommended to diagnose the ECM module.

- The difference in identification elements found during the exchange of information between the identifier module and the ECM. It is necessary to check the operation of the modules.

C0273 of the on-board computer reports an open or short circuit in the power cable of the anti-skid engine relay. The reason may be a failed fuse located in the mounting block.

C0278 The combination C0278 appears as a result of a break or damage to the electromagnetic valve line of the anti-lock braking system. In case of error C2078, it is necessary to check the integrity of the wiring and make sure that there are no signs of wear on the insulation layer.

C0371 Error C0371 indicates an invalid signal coming from the stability control sensor

C1203 Code C1203 can be literally translated as “data of the power unit, drive source received from the ECM do not correspond to the data of the ABS control unit”. It is recommended that you check the wiring and all connectors of the anti-skid module. The cause of the malfunction may be the ECU software error.

C1261 High voltage in the vehicle’s power supply network that does not meet standardized parameters.

To diagnose, do the following:

- Carry out a battery check. The cause of the problem may be in its discharge, because of which the generator operates in the amplified mode, which leads to an increase in voltage. Make sure that there is no damage to the battery case, as well as the integrity of the contact clamps.

- Diagnose the alternator drive belt. If the product has worn out, it must be replaced.

- Check the operation of the generating device. The cause of the problem may be a malfunction of the regulator relay.

C1280 Malfunction of one of the electrical circuits of the engine. To fix this problem in the machine, it is necessary to check the operation of the control module by the motor.

C1300 Malfunctions in the anti-skid control unit. The cause of the problem may be a software malfunction or oxidation of the contacts, damage to the power supply cable of the module.

C1331 Combination C1331 indicates damage to the wiring of the ABS controller. It is necessary to check the cable for integrity and resistance on the line of the sensor mounted on the front left wheel.

C1233 appears as a result of a short or break in the power line of the VSC controller

C1235 Circuit malfunction or failure of the rotor mechanism of the speed controller mounted on the front right wheel

C1237 Code C1237 indicates a malfunction in the electrical circuit of the rotary device of the speed controller

C1241 The C1241 code on Toyota Carina E and other models reports an incorrect voltage level that is fixed to the terminals of the auxiliary battery. The signal does not match the normalized parameters.

C1242 Error powering the contacts of IG2. The cause of the problem should be sought in the operation of the first or second anti-skid relay.

C1244 Error C1244 appears as a result of a break in the wiring or a fault in the power line of the anti-skid deceleration controller. To reset the code, the diagnostic and repair steps are carried out similarly, as is the case with other sensors.

C1249 Code C1249 indicates a break or damage to the power line supplying the stop lamp switch

C1288 Malfunction of the brake cylinder operating parameter control module. The error may occur as a result of replacing the anti-skid control device.

C1332 A broken power line or damaged insulation on the wire supplying the rear right wheel speed sensor. To find the cause, a detailed diagnosis of power lines is required.

C1333 Code C1333 indicates incorrect operation of the rear left wheel speed controller. If error C1333 occurs, a detailed check of the sensor power line is required.

C1380 Failure or malfunction of the control lamp stop lights. The user needs to diagnose the wiring and check the integrity of the fuses. The cause of the problem may be a short in the line, as a result of which the rear brake lights will stop functioning normally.

C1405 Combination 1405 is connected to an open or short on the front anti-skid sensor located on the right wheel.

C1408 The C1408 code is connected to a break in the wiring supplying the rear speed sensor mounted on the left wheel. A possible cause may be an incorrect resistance on the device circuit. It is necessary to check the integrity of the cable, its insulation, and also make sure that there is no short circuit.

C1413 The combination indicates a break in the wiring of the left speed controller mounted on the front wheel. Diagnostics of the ABS sensor and verification of the system control unit is required.

C1414 Code C1414 literally translates as “failure of the output voltage of the left front sensor of the anti-skid system”

C1511 Problems in the operation of the steering torque controller. Most likely, the reason is the wrong signal, but the problem may lie in the sensor itself.

C1532 General malfunction of the engine control unit To fix the problem, you need to check all contacts, sometimes the cause can be solved by updating the module software.

C1545 Problems in signaling to the control unit about the rotation of the power unit. First of all, it is recommended to check the operation of the crankshaft and camshaft sensors.

C1554 The appearance of an error is due to a malfunction in the relay circuit number 54. It is necessary to check the contacts, as well as the mounting socket of the device.

C1571 Data error when receiving a signal from the speed controller or steering wheel

C1725 Damage to the cable or short circuit on the power line of the actuator mounted on the right front wheel

C1727 A similar problem with the rear actuator

C1726 Combination C1726 indicates an open or short circuit in the wiring connected to the front left wheel actuator

C1728 Open or shorted power line to the positive terminal of the bridge coupler

C1732 The control unit cannot detect the signal passing through the control circuit of the shock absorber drive device

C1735 Short on line or open circuit in the power circuit of the exhaust valve of the active suspension. Code C 1735 may indicate a malfunction of the device itself.

C1751 Error C1751 occurs when the power line of the front air suspension height controller is damaged. The contacts on the device or its wire are open, because a signal that does not correspond to the nominal value is supplied to the control unit.

C2123 The microprocessor module of the car cannot determine the signal coming from the ID3 controller when operating in the main mode

C1AEC The control unit has detected a violation of the exchange of information with the front sensor of the parking radar. The cause of the problem may be a damage to the loop or a short circuit on the line with the control unit.

C1AED Exchange violation with rear parking controller.

To search for the cause, the following actions are performed:

- the sensor itself is checked - the contact could have moved away from the device;

- diagnostics of the electrical circuit connected to the sensor;

- diagnosed parking radar control unit.

U0073 Malfunction or incorrect signal received from the sensor "slowdown and yaw"

U0100 Communication failure between ECM and PCM modules. A detailed check of the wiring and contacts on the connectors is required.

U0101 No signal arriving at the engine control unit from the transmission control module (TCM). It is necessary to check the integrity of the loops.

U0105 Lack of communication with a device designed to control nozzles. It is necessary to check the operation of the module and its connection to the engine control unit.

U0114 If, as a result of diagnostics, this error pops up on the instrument panel, the user needs to diagnose the data exchange bus. This refers to the wires connecting the control unit to the main transmission module of the transmission.

U0126 Lack of communication with the steering wheel position controller module. The cause of the problem should be sought in the data bus or poor contact. Also, a malfunction may be associated with the touch device.

U0163 Error on a car with a V6 engine or another version is associated with a loss of communication with the control unit of the navigation system. With such a malfunction, GPS may malfunction. To remove the error on a machine with a "mechanic" or "automatic", you need to check the operation of the navigation module, in particular, make sure that it is in good contact with the wiring.

U0123 A microprocessor device has detected a loss of communication with the yaw controller

U0124 The control unit cannot detect the signal coming from the lateral acceleration controller module

U0129 No signal or communication failure with the brake control module

U1117 Literally, this car code with and without CAN-BAS bus can be deciphered as “loss of communication with the auxiliary gateway”. This code usually appears when installing an anti-theft system on a vehicle equipped with keyless entry and a simulated key.

U011B On Toyota Prado 120 and other models, this combination appears when communication with the control module of the valve actuator lever A is broken. Perhaps the control unit detected a lack of data exchange with the digital CAN interface.

TOYOTA Type 9 double-digit codes

 

11 The EFI module is not receiving power. The car owner is recommended to diagnose all the contacts and wires connected to the device.

Possible causes of the malfunction:

- damage to pins on the connection block;

- cable breakage or wear of the insulating layer;

- a malfunction of the EFI unit itself;

- software malfunction;

- battery malfunction.

12 No signal coming from the engine speed controller

13 A similar problem, only provided that information about the speed is not received during operation at 1000 rpm

14 The control unit does not receive a pulse from the negative terminal of the ignition coil (one of two)

15 No signal from the second ignition coil

16 The microprocessor module detects a lack of communication with the control unit of the transmission unit

17 Incorrect pulse from the first camshaft position controller. It requires checking the power supply of the sensor, as well as the integrity of its electrical circuit.

18 Incorrect signal from the second camshaft adjuster. Diagnostic steps are performed similarly as in the case of the first sensor.

19 Error in the gas pedal position controller

21 Incorrect signal from oxygen controller. If a car of 2001, 2002, 2007 and other years of production is equipped with a V-shaped power unit, then the problem should be sought in the heating device of the left main lambda probe.

22 Invalid signal coming from the power unit temperature controller. If the sensor is not working, the problem may be overheating of the motor.

23 Problems communicating with the intake air temperature controller

24 No signal from the intake air temperature sensor

25 Depleted mixture in the cylinders of the power unit

26 Re-enriched mixture in the motor

27 Incorrect pulse from an additional lambda probe mounted on the left of the engine

28 Incorrect signal to the control unit from the oxygen controller mounted on the right of the engine

29 Malfunction in a lambda probe

31 Error indicating the absence of a signal from the mass air flow controller or pressure in the intake manifold

32 Wrong pulse level out of range of flowmeter

33 ISCV valve malfunction or malfunction

34 Faulty boost system

35 Incorrect pulse from the atmospheric pressure regulator in the intake manifold. A detailed diagnosis of the vacuum sensor is required.

36 Problem related to pressure in the combustion chamber. The fault must be sought in the operation of the CPS sensor.

37 Failure or absence of a signal from the speed controller of the input shaft of the automatic transmission

38 Faulty oil temperature sensor in the automatic transmission. The problem may be related to the signal coming from the regulator.

39 General DTC for VVT-i

41 An incorrect pulse was detected by the microprocessor module from the throttle valve position controller.

42 Invalid signal from speed controller. The cause of the problem may be the speedometer.

43 Lack of a starting pulse arriving on the block of management of the motor

44 Faulty output speed or rotation speed controller

45 General error in the operation of the control unit, indicating an incorrect signal from the device. It is necessary to check all the loops and pads connected to the module.

46 Malfunctions in the fourth solenoid or damage to its wiring

47 Failure of the additional throttle control. A possible cause may be damage to the power cable or oxidation of the connector.

48 Malfunctions in the operation of the additional air supply control system

49 Break or damage to the power line supplying the stop lamp switch

51 No idle speed from TPS

52 Lack of impulse from knock controller. If the car is equipped with two appropriate sensors, then the problem should be sought in one of them.

53 The ignition timing is detected by the control unit. The user needs to check the integrity of the electrical circuits of the knock sensors.

55 Invalid signal from detonation controller

59 Incorrect ratio of crankshaft and camshafts, sensors need to be diagnosed

61 Failure in the operation of the main speed controller or damage to its power cable

62 Malfunction of the first solenoid valve or open circuit

63 Failure of the second solenoid valve or circuit damage

64 Malfunction of the third solenoid valve or open circuit.

65 Failure of the fourth solenoid valve or circuit damage

67 O / D activation controller malfunction or power line malfunction

71 Malfunctions in the operation of the EGR control system (EGR)

72 Faulty fuel cut-off sensor

74 Malfunction of the anti-skid system, an error reports the failure of one of the sensors. The user needs to check all the controllers mounted on the wheels.

77 Malfunction of the solenoid pressure control device in the automatic transmission. It is required to check the sensor and the integrity of its wiring.

78 Failure of the fuel pump or lack of signal from the device

81 Damage to the electrical circuit between the TCM and ECT1 modules

82 Open wiring between TCM and ESA1

84 Damage to the electrical circuit between the TCM and ESA2 modules

85 Open circuit between TCM and ESA3

86 Failure of the engine speed controllers

88 Damage to the electrical circuit going from the microprocessor module to the control unit of the transmission unit. This refers to an automatic transmission.

89 Lack of communication between the microprocessor-based motor control module and the TRC VSR system unit

93 Gaps in the operation of the ignition system

96 Failure or errors in the operation of the speed sensor

99 There are no combinations of errors in the vehicle.

TOYOTA Type 10 1 & 2-digit codes

 

1 Code that appears when there is no malfunction in the control unit or other vehicle systems

2 Invalid pulse, out of range, coming from the air mass meter

3 Invalid signal from communicator

4 The control unit detects a signal about the temperature of the refrigerant, which is outside the permissible limits. Possible damage to the sensor or damage to its wiring.

5 Lack of signal with oxygen controller

6 Incorrect engine idle, possible sensor malfunction

7 The control unit has detected that the throttle valve is in the wrong position. Perhaps the element is jammed.

8 Temperature controller shows incorrect intake air data

9 Incorrect vehicle speed readings

10 The control unit does not receive a signal about the activation of the starter mechanism. A possible reason may be the failure of one of the components of the ignition system:

- candles;

- coils;

- high voltage wires;

- distributor.

 

11 Air conditioning or climate control malfunction. There may be malfunctions in the operation of the toggle switch, which is responsible for switching modes.