Choose Your Engine Codes Help Topic Below
So, On-Board-Diagnostic (OBD) engine codes are; one way your vehicle communicates with a mechanic. Every car built since 1996 has an (OBD) computer system; that monitors and identifies issues. In particular, it looks for issues that may result in; harmful and polluting emissions from exhaust gases. When this system identifies an issue; it turns on the check engine light; and records an (OBD) code.
(OBD) codes are accessed by; plugging a code reader into the vehicle’s (OBD) port. These codes provide a mechanic with information about the system; and the conditions under which the issue was first identified. However, they can’t provide a clear-cut solution; to the actual cause of the problem; only clues for where to look.
So, Is your Check Engine light on? Are you wondering what it means? Your car knows, and it stores comprehensive information; on what’s wrong in the form of Trouble Codes. Since 1996, all cars sold in North America have used a common (OBD) systems. It not only alerts drivers that there’s a problem (the Check Engine light); but stores Trouble Codes; that help car owners and service technicians to pinpoint; exactly what service your car needs.
So, Standard or generic fault codes; are a list of codes common to all manufacturers. This list of faults, also called (DTC) (for Data Trouble Code) has been defined; so that any diagnostic device can read and decode them.
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