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2006 Buick LaCrosse has dtc P2000 what needs repair


Without testing ,who knows . could be any number thing's . Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop . Don't know how you came up with this code ,but not a code for your vehicle .

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How to fix code p2000 NOx absorber below treshold


code p 200 refers to two operations
1---nitrogen oxides (N)x) trap, bank 1---efficiency below threshold====causes --NOx trap
2--engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor---circuit malfunction===causes wiring short to positive---short to ground---open circuit ---ECT sensor ---ECM
you will have to test both the trap and the coolant sensor to find which is causing the code

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Trying to find the reason for code p2000


The scan tool your using is generic ISO 9141 is used as the protocal. Its not a code. kwp2000 is not shown. Try and use it on manufacture specific or try and get any freeze frame codes and reply or repost. ( Don't forget to turn ignition key to the run position when trying to retrieve codes.)

Jun 05, 2015 | 2003 Nissan Altima

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P2000 CODE IN 2012 CHEVY SILVERADO


P2000 - Oxides of Nitrogen Trap Efficiency Below Threshold Bank 1
- Sensor or solenoid faulty - Connector terminal contact is damaged or corroded
- Wire harness - Check harness for correct voltage, open, short to ground or short to voltage
- Update control unit software - Check for the latest control unit update
- Powertrain or Engine Control Module faulty
- Catalytic converter damage
- Catalytic converter improper operation

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What does jeep code p2000 mean


Your NOx trap efficiently is below threshold.

Sep 10, 2014 | 2008 Jeep Patriot

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P2000 code and ISO9141


This is a fault relating to an emission's control device called a Nitrous Oxide Trap. As on petrol engines there is a catalytic convertor, clean burning diesel engines need to remove the nitrogen gas from the exhaust gasses. Like any filter (even catalytic convertors), they can only absorb so much before they are full and need to be replaced. NOx Trap is relatively new technology.

ISO9141 is not a fault code- it refers to the communication system that your vehicle uses to relay info to and from its different computer boxes. Also a relatively new system, it is a CAN communications network that can transfer info and receive simultaneously, hence speeding up response times. This technology is critical in safety specific items such as ABS braking and Airbags as the faster you can get the unit to respond, the more efficient the system is.

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Chevrolet cruze p2000 code and others problems


P2000 NOx Trap Efficiency Below Threshold Bank1
If you go to obd-codes.com you can read about this defect. The battery light is telling you that the charge in the battery is not a full charge. Have autozone or one like it to test the battery and alternator. I believe if you correct the battery issue the other problems should go away.

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Check engine light on had obd ll code read. shows p2000 according to auto parts store reader. definition shows for a failed honda catalytic converter?


code po2000 nox bank 1 trap efficiency below threshold. your catalytic converter is causing the problem. maybe this will help.

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