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SOURCE: mutiple error codes P0101, P161B, P0441, P1295,and

P0101 Mass Air Flow or Volume Air Flow Circuit Range/Performance problem.
P0441 Evaporative Control System - Improper Purge.
P2106 Throttle actuator control system - Forced Limited Power
P161B Manufacturer Control Auxiliary Inputs Auxiliary Outputs
P1295 Manufacturer Control Fuel Air Metering
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SOURCE: promblems P0340 P2105 P2106 P2110 P161B???? vehilce has limited power

Nissan D22 recently changed engine but now not getting proper throttle response,appears to be getting half throttle anybody any ideas to cause of problem please
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p2106 p1295 p06
5 p0452 p161b p0230 p1610 p0890 i have hynudai sonata nf can you tell me what meaning code how can i soluve thsi preblem this time my car not starat

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WHAT IS CODE P161B


2009, what engine there, and transmission?>
gas engine, or diesel and what size engine,?
in what country? must i guess, that too?

p161b
P means power train.
1xxx are factory codes, 0xxx are fed standard codes.
so that means, only jeep books are accurate here.

where did you see that, (in the cluster) ???????????
or someone scan tool> or someone yelled it over shoulders, and said it wrong./????????????
was it really? and 8? or b? (kinda matters, no?) accurate inputs.
P1618-SENSOR REFERENCE VOLTAGE 1 CIRCUIT ERRATIC
P161b ( see how easy it is to get the code wrong)?

rumor has it as
P161B: Battery disconnect/TCM internal.

clean the battery terminals,
or battery weak, voltage not 12.6vdc rested
or alternator dead, and not charging battery.

to find it, login to Mitchell.
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What are the probable causes of DTCs P2106, P1295, an P161b?


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Promblems P0340 P2105 P2106 P2110 P161B???? vehilce has limited power and slows down while driveing due to limited power vehicle has not ever shut off i believe it s the actuator on the throttle...


Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) P0340 is a Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP) fault. This can be caused by several things including faulty CMP sensor wiring, a defective CMP sensor, a shorted Voltage Reference (VREF) circuit or interference from high voltage ignition system problems.

The Camshaft Position (CMP) sensor is used to correlate crankshaft to camshaft position so that the Engine Control Module (ECM) can determine which cylinder is ready to be fueled by the injector. The CMP is also used to determine which cylinder is misfiring when a misfire is present.

Conditions for Setting the DTC

> CMP sensor pulse is not detected at the correct interval every 4 cylinders.
> Engine is running.


DTC P2105: Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) System - Forced Engine Shutdown
Conditions for Setting the DTC

> Ignition ON.
> The ECM detects the system is in Forced Engine Shutdown Mode.

DTC P2106: Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) System Performance - Throttle Limitation Active
Conditions for Setting the DTC

> Ignition ON.
> The ECM detects the system is in Limit Performance Mode

DTC P2110: Throttle Actuator Control (TAC) System - Forced Limited Engine Speed
Conditions for Setting the DTC

> Ignition ON.
> The ECM detects the system is in Power Management Mode.

PLEASE NOTE that these codes DO NOT NECESSARILY mean that you have a defective TAC. They DO NOT NECESSARILY mean that your TAC is malfunctioning. (although they COULD mean these things) These codes are mostly for informational purposes to let you know that the throttle system is being overridden by the engine control computer. The REASON that this override has taken place must be DIAGNOSED.

DTC P161B: Control Module Torque Performance:
The actual explaination for this one is pretty long and drawn-out. But to put things in simple terms, the trouble shooting charts pretty much say to inspect the engine for hardware problems that could allow excessive air flow. If there are no such problems found, replace the ECM.

WITH ALL OF THAT BEING SAID:

There is a Technical Service Bulletin (TSB) that addresses ALL of the codes listed above and involves replacement of the Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor to fix the vehicle.

Here is a brief description of the bulletin:

FORENZA
Section Title: Engine
TSB No. TS 18 02228

Division: Automotive
Category: Technical

SUBJECT:
ENGINE HAS NO POWER, HESITATES, STUMBLES ON ACCELERATION, CHECK ENGINE LIGHT IS ON WITH MULTIPLE DTCS WITH P161B (CONTROL MODULE TORQUE PERFORMANCE) AS THE PRIMARY DTC

See table below for possible accompanying DTCs.


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Mutiple error codes P0101, P161B, P0441, P1295,and P2106. What do these mean, and/or where can I find a free table listing?


P0101 Mass Air Flow or Volume Air Flow Circuit Range/Performance problem.
P0441 Evaporative Control System - Improper Purge.
P2106 Throttle actuator control system - Forced Limited Power
P161B Manufacturer Control Auxiliary Inputs Auxiliary Outputs
P1295 Manufacturer Control Fuel Air Metering
Hope that helps out.

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