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What is code , po299' on mitsubish shogun 2008


the following answer is courtsey of OBD-CODES.com OBD Codes Your OBD-II Trouble Codes Repair Site Home Trouble Codes FAQs Forums Store P0299 Turbo / Supercharger Underboost OBD-II Trouble Code Technical Description Turbocharger/Supercharger "A" Underboost Condition What does that mean? The P0299 DTC code refers to a condition where the PCM/ECM (powertrain/engine control module) has detected that the bank "A" or single turbocharger or supercharger is not providing a normal amount of boost. That could be due to a variety of reasons, which we detail below. On a normally operating turbocharged or supercharged engine the air going into the engine is pressurized and that's part of what makes so much power for an engine of it's size. If this code is set, you will likely notice reduced power output. In the case of Ford vehicles, this may apply: "The PCM checks for a minimum throttle intake pressure (TIP) PID reading during engine operation, which indicates an underboost condition. This DTC sets when the PCM detects that the actual throttle intake pressure is less than the desired throttle intake pressure by 4 psi or more for 5 seconds." Symptoms Symptoms of a P0299 DTC may include: MIL (Malfunction indicator lamp) illumination Reduced power output from engine, possibly in a limp mode Unusual sounds from the engine/turbo There would likely be no other symptoms. Potential Causes Potential causes of a P0299 turbo underboost code include: Intake (induction) air restriction or leak Failed or damaged turbocharger (sticking, binding, etc.) Faulty boost/charge pressure sensor Faulty wastegate bypass regulator valve (VW) Low fuel pressure condition (Isuzu) Sticking turbo nozzle control solenoid (Isuzu) Faulty injector control pressure (ICP) sensor (Ford) Low oil pressure (Ford) EGR system fault (Ford) Variable geometry turbocharger (VGT) actuator (Ford) VGT vanes sticking (Ford) Possible Solutions First off, you'll want to repair any other DTC codes if present prior to diagnosing this code. Start with a visual inspection. Inspect the intake air system for cracks, loose or disconnected hoses, restrictions, blockages, etc. Repair or replace as required. If the air induction system tests OK, then you'll want to focus your diagnosis efforts on the charge pressure control, diverter valve (blowoff valve), sensors, regulators, etc. Really at this point you'll want to refer to a vehicle specific detailed repair manual for specific troubleshooting steps. There are some known issues on certain makes and engines so also check out our car repair forums here and search using your keywords. For example, if you search around, you'll find that a common fix for a P0299 in VWs is to replace or repair the diverter valve or wastegate solenoid. On the GM Duramax diesel, this code may mean the turbo housing resonator has failed. If you have a Ford, you'll want to next check the wastegate regulating valve solenoid for correct operation

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Aug 02, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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OBD-II (Check Engine Light) Trouble Codes Welcome to OBD-Codes.com, your headquarters for everything OBD-II related. For more information on what OBD codes are, OBD-II codes explained, explanation of fuel trims, or answers to other questions, visit our FAQ area. The most common OBD-II codes are P0xxx powertrain codes, which are listed below on this page, along with P2xxx generic & P3xxx generic codes (please scroll down). For the other OBD-II codes, choose from Bxxxx - B Codes - OBD-II Body Codes or Cxxxx - C Codes - Chassis Codes, and Uxxxx - U - Network Codes. If your DTC (diagnostic trouble code) begins with P1xxx, that means it's a manufacturer specific code. For more information on P1 codes, choose your vehicle make here: Acura Audi BMW Chevrolet Dodge / Chrysler / Jeep Ford Honda Hyundai Infiniti Isuzu Jaguar Kia Land Rover Lexus Mazda Mitsubishi Nissan Subaru Toyota VW

Please use our new & improved search engine to find information on your trouble codes. Search Now! This list contains standard diagnostic trouble codes (DTC's) that are used by some manufacturers to identify vehicle problems. The codes provide below are generic codes that may not apply to all vehicles. Vehicle manufacturers may use manufacturer specific DTC codes that are different from the codes shown below. Foreign vehicles may also use DTC codes different from the generic DTC codes. We recommend that you not depend on the DTC codes in this list for vehicle repairs until you confirm the generic DTC codes apply to your vehicle(s). The list below is for information purposes only and is not intended for use in vehicle repairs.

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What does it mean when the Throttle control light came on n then car stop it won't cut bk on


You have no vehicle shown here

Have to check for codes & own a factory
service & diagnostic manual, to follow a trouble
chart

Every Make Vehicle- uses OBD System Strategy
different

Aug 20, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Could a bad throttle body cause a low hum while driving and a turbo underboost error code?


Has to be at a shop that works on turbos

None of the code checking etc, without vehicle
system knowledge, is of any value to you

Throttle Body is not humming

If you can buy factory manuals for lots of money,
maybe you can work on it, when you have trouble charts to follow

Throttle Plate Angle or % is subject to constant change, so unless
your friend knows the vehicle systems, then you wouldn't be here

May 15, 2014 | Volkswagen Passat Cars & Trucks

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Had a stalling problem but also had a "fluttering" at light on the pedal speeds. I removed the throttle body and cleaned it thoroughly with throttle body cleaner. It was filthy. Now the fluttering has


Get the codes

TYPE: OBD & the code

Google the codes, but I think now you cleaned
the throttle body, you may have to do an idle relearn

See if you can find that on the internet for your vehicle

When you work on vehicles, you go to quality factory service
manuals, a data base & then to the internet ,BEFORE you go
to the vehicle to work on it

Gather your info first & educate yourself

There is very little that is not already in print & video on the
internet

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Apr 09, 2014 | Chevrolet TrailBlazer Cars & Trucks

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P1192 trouble code


You will have to use Google & put in your vehicle
as well as the OBD Code
That is not a generic code
200? Hyundai model ? OBD P1192

Jul 13, 2013 | Hyundai Cars & Trucks

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Replaced Throttle & TPS & now idles up and down and engine light on


You need to purchase all the factory manuals before you
work on OBD 2 Vehicles yourself

Have you not checked to see what the codes are?

Oct 05, 2012 | 2006 Nissan Altima

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The engine warning light on my 2008 malibu is on. I also have had problems with the acceleration of the vehicle. My local mechanic ran an emissions check and showed a defective catalitic convertor. I...


That car sounds like it has too many problems.
If it were me, I would not waste anymore money and time
on it and find another vehicle if possible.

May 11, 2017 | 2008 Chevrolet Malibu

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How to change a throttle position sensor on a 94 ford f150 5.0 4x4


How to Replace a Throttle Position Sensor
(DIY & Save up to $135.75 ) - Time: 2.1 hours

Parts:
1. Throttle Position Sensor - $ 55.44

Tools:
1. Scan Tool
2. Screwdriver
3. Multimeter

Procedure:
1. Locate the OBD data link connector (DLC). Refer to your owner’s manual for the specific location.
  • Tip: The OBD-I data link connector is usually located in the engine compartment near the battery or the fuse box. The OBD-II connector (post 1995 cars) is usually located beneath the instument panel next to the steering column.
2. Turn your key to the“ON” position. Do not start the engine.

3. Plug your scan tool into the OBD data link connector. Turn on the scan tool and select the appropriate steps to read the diagnostic trouble code (DTC).

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Scanner plugged into OBD-II data link connector.
  • Tip: The OBD-II diagnostic trouble code (DTC) is a 5 character alphanumeric code. The first digit is a letter that indicates the component group, the second digit is OBD mandated or manufacturer specfic, the third digit is a subgroup, and the fourth and fifth digits define the component and basic problem.
  • 4. Locate the throttle position sensor.
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  • Throttle position sensor

  • 5. Disconnect the electrical connector from the throttle position sensor.
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  • Electrical connector removed
6. Test the resistance of the throttle position sensor (TPS) with a digital multi-meter. If the resistance is out of specifications, the TPS must be replaced.
  • 7. Remove the throttle position sensor.

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    Removing sensor mounting screws

    8. Install the new throttle position sensor. Tighten the mounting screws and attach the electrical connector.
  • 9. Erase the diagnostic trouble code (DTC) with the scan tool using the“delete” or“erase” command. Road test your vehicle to see if the check engine light returns.
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    Check engine light

  • Tip: If the check engine light returns, repeat the diagnostic process for additional DTCs or take your vehicle to a certified repair shop.
Direct OE replacement

Hope helped with this. Good luck (remember rated this help).

Nov 05, 2009 | Ford F-150 Cars & Trucks

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OBD 1 and 2 will not communicate with PCM.


a blown fuse will also cause the obd to not communicate

Nov 12, 2008 | 1994 Pontiac Bonneville

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