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  • P0298 OBD-II Fault Code, Engine Oil Temperature - GMC/General-Motors
    using sensors located throughout your car s engine drive train chassis body and network communication systems Some fault codes indicate real problems with your vehicle and some indicate faulty sensors see Cause and Repair Info Below Note Site Instructions Below Trouble Code System Subsystem P0298 ASE Powertrain Fuel and Air Metering DTC Description Engine Oil Over Temperature Location Analysis Likely Cause Notes Site Instructions Please note the list of automobile manufacturers at the left edge of the screen The currently selected ODB code is for the GMC General Motors family of autos The codes for any particular vehicle make and model will be found under the manufacturer family i e Dodge and Plymouth are part of the Chrysler family of cars and trucks Also notice that just to the right of the manufacturer family list is a short group of OBD II codes The highlighted GMC General Motors OBDII code P0298 in this list is the currently selected code and the information on this page pertains to fault code P0298 The other codes in the list above and below this code are OBD II codes some of which may be related to the current trouble code and can be navigated to directly Need to look up additional OBD II Trouble Codes use the search box Enter the 5 character fault codes in the search box and submit the search You can repeat the search as many times as you need one diagnosis code per search Don t assume a particular OBD2 code means the same for other auto manufacturers as there are many manufacturer specific codes in use If your fault codes are for a different auto family select that vehicle series before searching for the diagnosis codes because not all OBD II codes used by one manufacture are used

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  • P0299 OBD-II Trouble Code, Turbocharger Boost - GMC/General-Motors
    using sensors located throughout your car s engine drive train chassis body and network communication systems Some trouble codes indicate real problems with your vehicle and some indicate faulty sensors see Cause and Repair Info Below Note Site Instructions Below Trouble Code System Subsystem P0299 ASE Powertrain Fuel and Air Metering DTC Description Turbocharger Supercharger Underboost Location Analysis Likely Cause Notes Site Instructions Please note the list of automobile manufacturers at the left edge of the screen The currently selected ODB code is for the GMC General Motors family of autos The codes for any particular vehicle make and model will be found under the manufacturer family i e Dodge and Plymouth are part of the Chrysler family of cars and trucks Also notice that just to the right of the manufacturer family list is a short group of OBD II codes The highlighted GMC General Motors OBDII code P0299 in this list is the currently selected code and the information on this page pertains to trouble code P0299 The other codes in the list above and below this code are OBD2 codes some of which may be related to the current fault code and can be navigated to directly Need to look up additional OBD II Trouble Codes use the search box Enter the 5 character trouble codes in the search box and submit the search You can repeat the search as many times as you need one diagnostic code per search Don t assume a particular OBD2 code means the same for other auto manufacturers as there are many manufacturer specific codes in use If your trouble codes are for a different auto family select that vehicle series before searching for the diagnostic codes because not all OBD2 codes used by one manufacture are used by the other

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  • P0301 OBD-II Fault Code, Misfire Cylinder No.1 - GMC/General-Motors
    fail an inspection and maintenance tailpipe test Historically the most basic causes for misfires are lack of spark or an imbalanced fuel air mixture If the misfires seem random or non rhythmic the cause is more likely fuel If it seems like there is a consistent rhythmic occurrence then its more likely caused by lack of spark Since only one cylinder is misfiring an inconsistent rhythm would be more like bursts or stuttering which indicates its more likely a fuel issue Listen to the engine to see if you can determine if its missing in a pattern or more sporadically missing If its in a pattern you can eliminate many of the broad causes for misfire and focus more on those specific to firing individual cylinders or vice versa Likely Causes Ignition System Fault Affecting Cylinder No 1 Faulty spark plug or Ignition wire affecting only one cylinder Replace spark plug plug wire check spark at plug Faulty Ignition coil Some models have a Coil Fuse Check Spark Erratic or Interrupted Camshaft Position CMP or Crankshaft Position CKP sensor Fuel Metering Affecting a Single Cylinder Low Fuel less than 1 8 tank or out of fuel Leaking contaminated or sticking fuel injector Reduced fuel flow Fuel pump weak check valve leaking etc causing low fuel pressure Check Pump Relay Fuel Pressure Air Leaking into the Intake Manifold Positive Crankcase Ventilation PCV system leak valve stuck open etc Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR valve stuck open or tube gasket or diaphragm leak Base Engine Problem Low Cylinder compression Check compression compare to other cylinders Mechanical problem effecting only one cylinder broken rings leaking valves bent push rods broken rocker arm etc Warning Misfires bad enough to set the Malfunction Indicator Lamp MIL will damage your catalyst system over time if not repaired

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  • P0302 OBD-II Trouble Code, Misfire Cylinder No.2 - GMC/General-Motors
    fail an inspection and maintenance tailpipe test Historically the most basic causes for misfires are lack of spark or an imbalanced fuel air mixture If the misfires seem random or non rhythmic the cause is more likely fuel If it seems like there is a consistent rhythmic occurrence then its more likely caused by lack of spark Since only one cylinder is misfiring an inconsistent rhythm would be more like bursts or stuttering which indicates its more likely a fuel issue Listen to the engine to see if you can determine if its missing in a pattern or more sporadically missing If its in a pattern you can eliminate many of the broad causes for misfire and focus more on those specific to firing individual cylinders or vice versa Likely Causes Ignition System Fault Affecting Cylinder No 2 Faulty spark plug or Ignition wire affecting only one cylinder Replace spark plug plug wire check spark at plug Faulty Ignition coil Some models have a Coil Fuse Check Spark Erratic or Interrupted Camshaft Position CMP or Crankshaft Position CKP sensor Fuel Metering Affecting a Single Cylinder Low Fuel less than 1 8 tank or out of fuel Leaking contaminated or sticking fuel injector Reduced fuel flow Fuel pump weak check valve leaking etc causing low fuel pressure Check Pump Relay Fuel Pressure Air Leaking into the Intake Manifold Positive Crankcase Ventilation PCV system leak valve stuck open etc Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR valve stuck open or tube gasket or diaphragm leak Base Engine Problem Low Cylinder compression Check compression compare to other cylinders Mechanical problem effecting only one cylinder broken rings leaking valves bent push rods broken rocker arm etc Warning Misfires bad enough to set the Malfunction Indicator Lamp MIL will damage your catalyst system over time if not repaired

    Original URL path: http://upkeep.us/OBDII/OBD2/GMC/General-Motors/piart.php?art=367 (2016-05-02)
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  • P0303 OBD-II Engine Code, Misfire Cylinder No.3 - GMC/General-Motors
    an inspection and maintenance tailpipe test Historically the most basic causes for misfires are lack of spark or an imbalanced fuel air mixture If the misfires seem random or non rhythmic the cause is more likely fuel If it seems like there is a consistent rhythmic occurrence then its more likely caused by lack of spark Since only one cylinder is misfiring an inconsistent rhythm would be more like bursts or stuttering which indicates its more likely a fuel issue Listen to the engine to see if you can determine if its missing in a pattern or more sporadically missing If its in a pattern you can eliminate many of the broad causes for misfire and focus more on those specific to firing individual cylinders or vice versa Likely Causes Ignition System Fault Affecting Cylinder No 3 Faulty spark plug or Ignition wire affecting only one cylinder Replace spark plug plug wire check spark at plug Faulty Ignition coil Some models have a Coil Fuse Check Spark Erratic or Interrupted Camshaft Position CMP or Crankshaft Position CKP sensor Fuel Metering Affecting a Single Cylinder Low Fuel less than 1 8 tank or out of fuel Leaking contaminated or sticking fuel injector Reduced fuel flow Fuel pump weak check valve leaking etc causing low fuel pressure Check Pump Relay Fuel Pressure Air Leaking into the Intake Manifold Positive Crankcase Ventilation PCV system leak valve stuck open etc Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR valve stuck open or tube gasket or diaphragm leak Base Engine Problem Low Cylinder compression Check compression compare to other cylinders Mechanical problem effecting only one cylinder broken rings leaking valves bent push rods broken rocker arm etc Warning Misfires bad enough to set the Malfunction Indicator Lamp MIL will damage your catalyst system over time if not repaired Site

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  • P0304 OBD-II Fault Code, Misfire Cylinder No.4 - GMC/General-Motors
    fail an inspection and maintenance tailpipe test Historically the most basic causes for misfires are lack of spark or an imbalanced fuel air mixture If the misfires seem random or non rhythmic the cause is more likely fuel If it seems like there is a consistent rhythmic occurrence then its more likely caused by lack of spark Since only one cylinder is misfiring an inconsistent rhythm would be more like bursts or stuttering which indicates its more likely a fuel issue Listen to the engine to see if you can determine if its missing in a pattern or more sporadically missing If its in a pattern you can eliminate many of the broad causes for misfire and focus more on those specific to firing individual cylinders or vice versa Likely Causes Ignition System Fault Affecting Cylinder No 4 Faulty spark plug or Ignition wire affecting only one cylinder Replace spark plug plug wire check spark at plug Faulty Ignition coil Some models have a Coil Fuse Check Spark Erratic or Interrupted Camshaft Position CMP or Crankshaft Position CKP sensor Fuel Metering Affecting a Single Cylinder Low Fuel less than 1 8 tank or out of fuel Leaking contaminated or sticking fuel injector Reduced fuel flow Fuel pump weak check valve leaking etc causing low fuel pressure Check Pump Relay Fuel Pressure Air Leaking into the Intake Manifold Positive Crankcase Ventilation PCV system leak valve stuck open etc Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR valve stuck open or tube gasket or diaphragm leak Base Engine Problem Low Cylinder compression Check compression compare to other cylinders Mechanical problem effecting only one cylinder broken rings leaking valves bent push rods broken rocker arm etc Warning Misfires bad enough to set the Malfunction Indicator Lamp MIL will damage your catalyst system over time if not repaired

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  • P0305 OBD-II Trouble Code, Misfire Cylinder No.5 - GMC/General-Motors
    fail an inspection and maintenance tailpipe test Historically the most basic causes for misfires are lack of spark or an imbalanced fuel air mixture If the misfires seem random or non rhythmic the cause is more likely fuel If it seems like there is a consistent rhythmic occurrence then its more likely caused by lack of spark Since only one cylinder is misfiring an inconsistent rhythm would be more like bursts or stuttering which indicates its more likely a fuel issue Listen to the engine to see if you can determine if its missing in a pattern or more sporadically missing If its in a pattern you can eliminate many of the broad causes for misfire and focus more on those specific to firing individual cylinders or vice versa Likely Causes Ignition System Fault Affecting Cylinder No 5 Faulty spark plug or Ignition wire affecting only one cylinder Replace spark plug plug wire check spark at plug Faulty Ignition coil Some models have a Coil Fuse Check Spark Erratic or Interrupted Camshaft Position CMP or Crankshaft Position CKP sensor Fuel Metering Affecting a Single Cylinder Low Fuel less than 1 8 tank or out of fuel Leaking contaminated or sticking fuel injector Reduced fuel flow Fuel pump weak check valve leaking etc causing low fuel pressure Check Pump Relay Fuel Pressure Air Leaking into the Intake Manifold Positive Crankcase Ventilation PCV system leak valve stuck open etc Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR valve stuck open or tube gasket or diaphragm leak Base Engine Problem Low Cylinder compression Check compression compare to other cylinders Mechanical problem effecting only one cylinder broken rings leaking valves bent push rods broken rocker arm etc Warning Misfires bad enough to set the Malfunction Indicator Lamp MIL will damage your catalyst system over time if not repaired

    Original URL path: http://upkeep.us/OBDII/OBD2/GMC/General-Motors/piart.php?art=370 (2016-05-02)
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  • P0306 OBD-II Check Engine Code, Misfire Cylinder No.6 - GMC/General-Motors
    fail an inspection and maintenance tailpipe test Historically the most basic causes for misfires are lack of spark or an imbalanced fuel air mixture If the misfires seem random or non rhythmic the cause is more likely fuel If it seems like there is a consistent rhythmic occurrence then its more likely caused by lack of spark Since only one cylinder is misfiring an inconsistent rhythm would be more like bursts or stuttering which indicates its more likely a fuel issue Listen to the engine to see if you can determine if its missing in a pattern or more sporadically missing If its in a pattern you can eliminate many of the broad causes for misfire and focus more on those specific to firing individual cylinders or vice versa Likely Causes Ignition System Fault Affecting Cylinder No 6 Faulty spark plug or Ignition wire affecting only one cylinder Replace spark plug plug wire check spark at plug Faulty Ignition coil Some models have a Coil Fuse Check Spark Erratic or Interrupted Camshaft Position CMP or Crankshaft Position CKP sensor Fuel Metering Affecting a Single Cylinder Low Fuel less than 1 8 tank or out of fuel Leaking contaminated or sticking fuel injector Reduced fuel flow Fuel pump weak check valve leaking etc causing low fuel pressure Check Pump Relay Fuel Pressure Air Leaking into the Intake Manifold Positive Crankcase Ventilation PCV system leak valve stuck open etc Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR valve stuck open or tube gasket or diaphragm leak Base Engine Problem Low Cylinder compression Check compression compare to other cylinders Mechanical problem effecting only one cylinder broken rings leaking valves bent push rods broken rocker arm etc Warning Misfires bad enough to set the Malfunction Indicator Lamp MIL will damage your catalyst system over time if not repaired

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