My engine light is on. I took the car to auto zone to diagnose the problem. They gave me numerous codes that were displayed on the machine, but they did not have specific info for my car type. The trouble shooting codes are as followed:
P2101 - Throttle actuator
P0300 - Random misfires
P2110- Something to do with the throttle and RPM
P0496- Something to do with Pressure in the EVAP system
P2135- Throttle voltage fault
Any more info would be greatly appreciated.
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imasuming you mean the check engine light is on. if so go to an auto parts store that reads your codes for free. like auto zone or advanced auto.etc you need to find out the details of that code or codes. this will help you narrow down your trouble shooting.
if you cant drive it there here is one small thing you can do disconect the pig tail from the mass air flow see if it runs any better. it will still be ruff. if the engine is running now plug it back up if the engine gets worse and dies thats your most likely problem the mass air flow. you might have to do it a couple of times . this was just one way to trouble shoot one posability . thats why you need the cone and a print out of trouble shooting for the codes
go to an auto parts store , like advanced auto or auto zone , they will check your codes for free. ask them for a print out ,also ask for a print out of possible trouble shooting tips .some times there printers are down so take a pen and paper and write it down. example of what you need to post on fixya. p0103 mass air flow voltage out of range. this will tell the expert that you have a malfuntion in your air flow meter/sensor .
The light is indicating an emission system failure. Take the vehicle to your local Auto Zone or Advance Auto and ask them to scan your car for trouble codes, they will do it for you at no charge. Write the codes down and reply back to me and we can begin diagnosing the problem.
Good luck, let me know.
Is the service engine light on?
If so, take the car to your local Auto Zone or Advance Auto Parts store and ask them to scan your car for trouble codes, they will do it for you at no charge.
Write the codes down and reply back, we can get started diagnosing.
Let me know.