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Engine specs Where can I find specific engine specs, like type of fuel injection system,injector impedence/flow,MAP part numbers, etc for my 2007 Chevy Colorado?

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You can usually find those specs at a local repair shop,or your local Chevy dealer.also some auto parts stores

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Understanding of your vehicle's trouble codes

First off this information is intended for your knowledge only. This is not a substitute for any specialized training that may be needed for your specific problem. That being said this list presents a general assortment of domestic generic obd2 codes (vehicles 96/present). Certain makes have their own specialized codes which may differ from these. Here is the basic breakdown of the obd code: you'll have a letter first and four numbers, the letters are p/powertrain, b/body, c/chassis, and u/network (most trouble codes listed on this site are p codes). The first number will be either a 0 or 1. 0 is a generic listing, 1 means it is a manufactuers specific code (remember I mentioned there are other variations like p2**** etc. they are not mentioned here). The second number represents the type of problem you'll encounter 1 being fuel & air metering, 2 is for injector circuit problems, 3 is misfires or faulty ignition system components 4 is emissions related 5 controls vehicles speed and idle 6 is for computer and auxiliary outputs 7 & 8 refer to faults in your transmission. The last 2 numbers in the code represent the problem. I will not list all of them, but I'll list a broad enough spectrum to give you an educated point of reference to check. p0100 mass or volume air flow circuit malfunction p0101 mass or volume air flow performance problem, p0102 mass or volume air flow cicuit low input p0103 circuit high input p0104 circuit intermittent p0105-9 manifold air pressure circuit problem p0111-14 intake air control circuit p0115-19 engine coolant temp. circuit p0120-24 throttle positioning sensor circuit p0125-26 insufficient coolant temp. p0126-167 O2 sensor problems p0170-75 fuel trim (too rich or lean) p0176-79 fuel composition sensor circuit p0180-89 fuel temp. sensor circuit p0190-94 fuel rail pressure p0195-99 engine oil temp sensor. Now into fuel injection injector circuit section: p0200-212 injector circuit malfunction p0213-14 cold start injector p0215 engine shutoff solenoid (Now that we know these are all p0 series codes I'll save myself some typing) 216 injection timing control 217 engine overheating condition 218 transmission overheating 219 engine reached speed limit (limiter) 220-29 throttle/pedal position sensor 230-33 fuel pump 234 engine overboost (turbo) 235-42 turbo boost sensors 243-250 wastegate solenoids 251-260 injection pump fuel metering controls 261-96 cylinder injection circuit faults. Now the p03 series, ignition system and misfires 300 mulitple misfire 301-12 represent those cylinders misfiring (1 for cyl. 1 and 5 for cyl. 5 etc.) 320-23 engine speed input 325-34 knock sensors 335-39 crankshaft positioning sensor 340-44 camshaft positioning sensor 350-62 these represent ignition coils (same as 301-312 did with cylinders above) 370-79 timing reference signal 380-81 glow plug heater circuit (diesel) 382 bad egr (exhaust gas recirculation) 385-89 crankshaft position sensor b. Now the p04 series for emissions related problems 400-08 exhaust gas recirculation flow (low or high) or circuit malfunction 410-19 secondary air injection system 420-34 catalyst system 440-55 evaporative emission control systems 460-64 fuel level sensor 465-69 purge flow sensor 470-79 exhaust pressure sensor/controls 480-85 electric cooling fans. Now onto the p05 series for idle/speed control 500-03 vehicle speed sensor 505-07 idle control system 510 closed throttle positioning switch 520-23 engine oil pressure sensor 530-34 a/c refrigerant pressure sensor 550-54 power steering pressure sensor 560-64 system voltage problems 565-599 are cruise control related. Now the p06 series for your computer output 600 communication link problem 601 internal control module memory 602 bad module programming 603 module kam error (keep alive memory) 604 module ram error (random access memory) 605 module rom error (read only memory) 606 pcm fault(powertrain control module) 608-9 control module vss output malfunction (in electronic circuits vss is the positive supply and vdd in the negative/ground source s=source and d=drain on mos transistor devices) 650 mil lamp circuit (malfunction indicator lamp or simply your check engine light) 654 engine rpm (revoultions per minute) output 656 fuel level output. Now for sections p07&800s transmissions (This section will be brief, I hate working on transmissions and do not specialize in them. A simple piece of debris/dirt when reassembling a rebuilt transmission in the valve body is enough to cause it to wear out rather quickly. Without the proper training and test equipment this is the most difficult part of the vehicle to diagnose or fix). p0700-02 transmission control system 703 torque converter/brake 705-709 trans. range sensor 710-14 trans. fluid temp. sensor 715-718 input/turbine speed 720-23 output speed sensor 725-29 engine speed input 730 incorrect gear ratio 731-35 are incorrect gear ratios for those individual gears (same as p0301-12) 736 incorrect reverse gear 740-44 torque converte clutch 745-49 pressure control solenoid 750-74 shift solenoid malfunctions 780 shift malfunction 781 1st-2nd shift 782 2nd-3rd 783 3rd-4th 784 4th-5th 785-89 shift/timing solenoid 790 normal/performance switch circuit 801 reverse inhibit control 803 1st-4th upshift (skip shift) solenoid control. I hope these definitions have given you a better understanding of where your problem/s may be located. To determine the exact problem like a low circuit voltage input etc, etc. your specific code/s will be needed to give you that more detailed info. If you provide me with that info along with the specifics of your vehicle: year, make, model, engine size and a brief description of the problem you've had I'd be glad to help you in anyway I can. Thanks again for using fixya your source for the answers you need for everyday problems. Posted by Edwin37323

on Jan 13, 2011 | Ford Mustang Cars & Trucks

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The throttle body injector goes full on and floods the engine as soon as it starts.

This vehicle has no mass air flow sensor , it uses a MAP sensor for speed density fuel control , My self I would hook up a scan tool an see what the block learn an integrator or showing , this is same as fuel trims on OBD2 vehicles I would also look at the map sensor voltage parameter ! A bad map sensor can cause a lot of fuel to dump into the engine ! Manifold Absolute Pressure MAP Sensors

Apr 19, 2015 | 1992 Geo Metro

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Where can i find the transmission type for a Kangoo 1.4 automatic

Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i car data and specifications. Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i car information and specs Bodywork Bodywork type Minivan Length (mm) 3995 Height (mm) 1827 Width (mm) 1663 Number of seats 5 Number of doors 4 Wheelbase (mm) 2600 Track rear (mm) 1418 Track front (mm) 1405 Ground clearance (mm) 140 Total (curb) weight (kg) 1155 Gross (max.) weight (kg) 1665 Max. cargo capacity (volume) 2600 Min. cargo capacity (volume) 650 Tires 165/70 R14 T Engine Engine displacement (cm3) 1390 Engine location Front, transverse Cylinder type In-line Bore (mm) 75.8 Number of cylinders 4 Compression ratio 9.5 Stroke (mm) 77 Valves per cylinder 2 Turbo - Fuel supply Distributed injection Engine power (hp) 75/5500 Engine torque 114/4250 Transmission Wheel drive Front Number of gears (automatic transmission) 4 Steering Type of steering Wheel-rail Power steering Hydraulic system Brakes Brakes rear Drum brakes Brakes front Ventilated disc brakes ABS + Performance Acceleration to 100 km/h 17.3 Fuel capacity (l) 50 Fuel consumption - city (l) 9.5 Fuel consumption - road (l) 6.3 Top (maximal) speed (km/h) 147

Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i car bodywork specifications: Renault Kangoo is a minivan with 5 seats and has 4 doors. Dimensions information of car: 3995 mm long, 1827 mm high, 1663 mm wide. Other Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i cars specs: 2600 mm wheelbase, rear track has 1418 mm, front track has 1405 mm, ground clearance - 140 mm. Total car weight is 1155 kg and 1665 kg of maximum weight, cargo capacity (volume) if from 650 to 2600. Tires type for Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i is 165/70 R14 T. Car engine specifications: 1390 cm3 displacement, located front, transverse with in-line cylinders, 75.8 mm bore. Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i has 4 cylinders. More car engine information: 9.5 compression ratio, 77 mm stroke, car has 2 valves per cylinder, distributed injection fuel supply type, engine power 75/5500 hp, engine torque equals 114/4250.
Transmission specifications of Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i wheel drive is front, it has 4 gears of automatic transmission,.
Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i has wheel-rail type of steering. And hydraulic system power steering.
Rear brakes are drum brakes. Front brakes specs: ventilated disc brakes.
Performance Renault Kangoo car data: it takes 17.3 sec. for Renault Kangoo (KC) 1.4 i to get 100 km/h speed. 147 km/h is the max speed. Renault Kangoo gasoline tank has 50 liters capacity. The car consumps 9.5 liters in the city, 6.3 liters on the road.


Jun 28, 2014 | 2003 Renault Kangoo

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I went to go check my gen 3 wh Holden statesman as I was having problems with it sounding like it was about to die out, the motor was running rough the mechanic scanned it and it showed it was the O2...

O2 sensors reads the amount of left over fuel in the exhaust and converts to a voltage signal so when voltage is around .800mv this is a rich condition and computer is commanding less fuel and .200mv is a lean condition computer is command more fuel. for rich condition problems check the following components. Fuel pressure regulator, leaking injectors, mass air flow meter, engine coolant temp sensor, map sensor.for a lean condition check engine vacuum leaks, exhaust leaks, air injection, map sensor, mass air flow sensor,fuel pressure regulator, fuel filter,injection

Apr 30, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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2002 pt cruiser code p0172

DTC P0172 - P0172 Fuel Trim System Rich Bank 1... this indicates that the fuel mixture is too rich, but you already know it is running rich.

A rich fuel mixture can be caused by a number of things First, I would suggest checking fuel pressure to make sure it is within normal specs If fuel pressure is too high due to a faulty pressure regulator for example, it will cause too much fuel to be entering the engine.

A leaking fuel injector can cause a rich fuel mixture, as can an injector that is stuck in the open position. When the engine is shut off, monitor fuel pressure with a fuel pressur gauge; it should remain steady.If fuel presure drops when the engine is off, then removing the fuel rail and injectors while still connected to the lines to visually check for a dripping injector may be informative.

There are several engine control system problems that can cause a rich fuel mixture; if you can obtain a scan tool that is capable of displaying live engine data you can check for these possible causes:

1) Low MAP reading; this can be due to a fault in the MAP sensor, MAP circuit, or as a result of low engine vacuum due to a restricted exhaust, jumped timing belt, or low compression on one or more cylinders caused by valve leakage or a leaking head gasket. Compression testing the engine may reveal internal mechanical problems of this type that would cause low engine vacuum. A low engine vacuum reading from the MAP makes the computer think the engine is under heavy load such as during acceleration, so it commands a rich fuel mixture in response. A vacuum leak can also result in a rich mixture for the same reason.

2) Low coolant temperature signal. This can be caused by a fault in the coolant temperature sensor circuit, faulty coolant temperature sensor, low engine coolant level, or a faulty thermostat that is allowing the engine to run too cold.

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Oct 03, 2011 | 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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Just bought ford fiesta finesse 16 valve 03 1.2 am doing roughly 21mpg no leaks or drips this is round town and on motor way have not taken it above 65


As far as the review says the mileage should not falter since it is new as you said. However

These are the causes of a poor mileage in a car:-

Poorly Inflated Car Tires

Car tires that are improperly inflated create significant road resistance and drag on a moving car. A car engine has to work harder to propel a car forward due to this increased tire/road resistance. This resistance chips away at a car's gas mileage.

Dirty Air Filter

A dirty air filter impedes air flow into a car's engine, a process that disrupts normal engine combustion and makes it less efficient. This causes a reduction in both engine performance and gas mileage.

Bad Spark Plugs

Spark plugs are responsible for igniting a car's air/fuel mixture, an event that causes a mini explosion inside a car's engine cylinders. Bad or dysfunctional spark plugs don't fire, or ignite, properly; thus, they affect engine combustion negatively, which in turn negatively affects gas mileage.

Bad Oxygen Sensors

For a car to be at its most fuel efficient, its oxygen sensors, small and electronically operated, automatically adjust a car's air/fuel mixture and have to be functioning properly. Bad oxygen sensors cause abnormal air/fuel mixture ratios, a condition that results in poor gas mileage and poor vehicle performance.

Leaky Fuel Injectors

A car's fuel injection system is responsible for injecting precise amounts of fuel into a car's engine cylinders, where it is combined with air and ignited. For a car to perform properly, a specific amount of fuel has to be injected by each fuel injector into each engine cylinder. A leaky fuel injector wastes fuel by leaking it outside the engine and reducing the amount of fuel that makes it into the engine. This results in wasted fuel and reduced gas mileage.
It is suggested to start with a code scanner to find out if there are any stored fault codes in your car.

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Jul 18, 2011 | Ford Fiesta Cars & Trucks

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What does error code p0172 and p0174?

P0172 - Fuel Injection System Too Rich Bank 1 Symptoms - Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)
- Excessive Fuel Consumption
Possible causes - Intake air leaks
- Front Heated oxygen sensor may be faulty
- Injectors may be faulty
- Exhaust gas leaks
- Incorrect fuel pressure
- Lack of fuel
- Mass air flow sensor may be faulty
- Incorrect PCV hose connec
Possible solution Dirty air filter of faulty air flow sensor are common causes of the problem.

P0174 - Fuel Injection System Too Lean Bank 2 Symptoms - Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)
- Excessive Fuel Consumption
Possible causes - Intake air leaks
- Front Heated oxygen sensor may be faulty
- Injectors may be faulty
- Exhaust gas leaks
- Incorrect fuel pressure
- Lack of fuel
- Mass air flow sensor may be faulty
- Incorrect PCV hose connection
Possible solution Dirty air filter of faulty air flow sensor are common causes of the problem. Bottom line possible defective Mass airflow sensor and or O2 sensor in cylinder bank number two.

Feb 21, 2011 | 1998 Ford Expedition

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Where is the fuel injection?

Your injection is a system made up of several parts. You have a fuel pump in the tank, a pressure regulator,(on yours, it is likely a combination regulator/filter) line to the engine that terminates at a rail that feeds separate injectors, one per cylinder.
You also have a throttle body that is considered as part of the intake system that regulates air flow into the engine (replaces carburetor),
The entire system is controlled by the engine computer that takes readings from the sensors and adjusts the length of time each injector opens and when they open to match engine speed, load and temperature.
Your question of where it is, is difficult to answer because you cannot go to a parts house and buy a "fuel injection" but you need to know which part of the system you need. The injectors themselves are located at each port on the intake maniflod all coming off of the fuel rail.
I suggest you get a chilton or haynes manual to serve as a guide to doing any service to the system, also read as many things as you can find to get a good working understanding of how all the parts are related and work together.
Any specific questions I'll try to answer if can.

Dec 07, 2010 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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1982 240 volvo


Your engine does NOT have a carburator. Unless the engine was replaced by an earlier one, 1982 Volvo's were fuel injected.

This is an older fuel injection design that is a "constant flow" type system ie. there is a constant spray of fuel while the engine is running. Newer fuel injection systems, including Volvo, are "demand" type systems where fuel is only sprayed through the injectors when the engine electronics signal it to do so.

In any case, this older system is very sensitive to vacuum leaks. Check all your hoses for splits, hardening or connection looseness. Check the seals on each fuel injector (there are 4, one for each cylinder). If they are hard or cracked, replace them.

The later problem was the case on my 1981 240 which had the same problem. New fuels injector seals and the car runs perfect.

Good Luck,

Dr of Motors

Sep 09, 2008 | 1982 Volvo 240 Series

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