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I already answered this. Smart a** answer is PO 1800 means "Please Offer 1800" (I own a 2012 Kia Optima and love it. )
Go to a major repair shop like Goodyear Auto Center, Merchants Auto, NTB, Firestone Service Center, etc and they will be HAPPtY to tell you what the code means. However, given the age and horrible repair history and owner satisfaction, I would sell it and take the for $1000 I get. Then put that down on a newer, more reliable car. Or, find a $2000 used car and pay cash for a better car, like a 98-2001 Camry or Accord.
code p0325 refers to knock sensor1 bank1--circuit malfunction===causes--wiring--poor connection ---knock sensor.. Check wiring and connections are clean and tight or replace the knock sensor.. The knock sensor adjusts the air /fuel mixture for proper combustion and reads when there is detonation occurring in the cylinder( Rattling-tinny sound under acceleration)
P0146 pd means pending code
Pending codes and DTCs?
Posted on November 12, 2010 by fcrmaster
When reading codes from your vehicle the fault code reader may show them as pending codes or normal Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC).
Pending codes (also known as continuous monitor codes) will be registered when an intermittent fault occurs. If that fault does not happen again after x number of start/stop cycles, the ECU will erase the code from memory. If the fault is persistent it becomes a DTC.
If you have read pending codes it is advisable to check the codes again after a week or so. If there is no apparent problem with the vehicle it is safe to erase the codes too and check back. But always make a note of any fault codes with the date and mileage of a vehicle.
If the codes read include a DTC then you need to investigate further. This you can either do yourself or advise your garage. If, again, you don't see an apparent problem (depending n the severity of the code) with the vehicle you can note the codes down and erase them. Then check again after a week or a few days depending on how often the vehicle gets used. If a repair has been made (previous owner) the DTC may just not have been reset after the repair.
The other numbers behind the code 01/06 ,
02/06, 03/06 , 05/06 ,04/06
These don't mean anything . cheap code reader .
DTC P0140 HO2S Circuit Insufficient Activity Sensor 2
DTC P0146 HO2S Circuit Insufficient Activity Bank 1 Sensor 3
DTC P0171 Fuel Trim System Lean Bank 1
DTC P0174 Fuel Trim System Lean Bank 2
Sorry but this is something you should take to a qualified repair shop that has a diagnostic tool that can view sensor scan data. Causes of lean condition trouble codes P0171 P0174 GM 5 3L
You need to read the computer fault code to determine why. Take the car to any auto parts store (O'Reilly, Autozone, Napa, etc.). They will read it for you for free. They will give you a code that starts with PO something. Ex: PO435, PO317, etc. The code can then be translated to what is wrong with your Camry. It only take a copule minutes to read the code. They should also have the chart that tells you what the PO code means (what's wrong).
- Missing Fuel cap
- Incorrect fuel filler cap used
- Fuel filler cap remains open or fails to close
- Foreign matter caught in fuel filler cap
- Incorrect fuel tank vacuum relief valve