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How do I fix code P060E?

How do I fix code P060E?

How To Correct P060E Internal Control Module Throttle Position Performance

  1. The performance programming error should be corrected if required.
  2. Visually investigate the controller fuse and power supply relay and fix if damaged or blown.
  3. Ensure the connectors in the can harness are not open or short circuited.

What does code P060E mean?

Error Code P060E is defined as Internal Control Module Accelerator Pedal Position Performance. Instead of cable operated throttle, most vehicles equipped with the OBD-II system now use DBW system.

What is code P2101?

Control Motor Circuit Range/Performance
Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P2101 stands for Throttle Actuator “A” Control Motor Circuit Range/Performance. It is usually triggered when your vehicle’s powertrain control module (PCM) detects that the actual throttle position does not match the desired throttle position.

How do I fix the code P2135?

What repairs can fix the P2135 code?

  1. Replacing one or both throttle position sensors.
  2. Replacing the accelerator pedal position sensor.
  3. Repairing a fault in a circuit (throttle position sensor circuit, accelerator pedal position sensor circuit) such as open, short, corroded wiring, or poor connection.

How do I fix code P2101?

How To Correct P2101 Throttle Actuator A Control Motor Circuit

  1. Make sure to mend the faulty throttle body.
  2. It is essential to restore the flawed MAP sensor.
  3. Repair or replace the leakage in the vacuum.
  4. Rehabilitate the open or short in the wiring harness.
  5. Carefully adjust the faults in the throttle body.

What causes P2135 code?

The OBD-II scanner error code P2135 problem refers to a problem with the voltage transmission between the throttle and its sensors. While the issue might be due to a faulty Powertrain Control Module, it is likely best to take your vehicle in for diagnostics.

What can cause P2135?

P2135 code causes can include: TP or pedal position sensor issues or failure. Throttle body issues. Disconnected or corroded terminal connectors. Faulty, damaged, or short wiring.

How do I fix error P0122?

What repairs can fix the P0122 code?

  1. Repairing or replacing the TPS connector.
  2. Repairing the wiring as necessary.
  3. Replacing the TPS with a new sensor.