Oldsmobile Aurora P0171 OBDII Trouble Code Diagnosis

One of the most common trouble codes with the Oldsmobile Aurora is the P0171 code. This code number references a number that is given to you when you plug your car into a OBDII scanner. It’s not the most complicated OBDII trouble code to diagnose. It is also one of the most common.   P0171: … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0305: Misfire Detected (Cylinder 5)

P0305 is a fairly common trouble code with the Oldsmobile Aurora. It’s and OBD2 code and stands for: P0305 is certainly a cause for concern, and should be considered a threat to the drivability your Aurora. The nice thing about P0305 is that it’s a cylinder specific trouble code, which makes diagnosing the problems simpler … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0441: EVAP System – Incorrect Purge Flow

P0441 is one of the more common OBD-II trouble codes with the Oldsmobile Aurora. It’s a generic powertrain code, which means regardless of what auto manufacturer built the vehicle, it’ll have the same meaning. P0441 indicates that there is an issue with the Evaporative Emissions System. It’ll often appear with P0455.     The Aurora’s … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0304: Cylinder 4 | Misfire Detected

P0304 is a relatively common trouble code with any vehicle, that includes the Oldsmobile Aurora. It’s and OBD2 code and stands for: P0304: Misfire Detected → Cylinder 4 P0304 is certainly a cause for concern, and should be considered a threat to the drivability your Aurora. The nice thing about P0304 is that it’s a … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0303: Cylinder 3 – Misfire Detected

P0303 is a relatively common Oldsmobile Aurora trouble code. It stands for: P0303: Misfire Detected → Cylinder 3 P0303 should not be ignored, and can be a threat to the drivability the Oldsmobile Aurora. The nice thing about P0303 is that it’s a cylinder specific trouble code, which makes diagnosing the problems simpler than P0300, … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0141 Diagnosis

P0141 is a very common OBDII code that occurs in the Oldsmobile Aurora. It is caused by a failure in one of the elements that heat the oxygen sensors, specifically bank 1 sensor 2, which is downstream from the catalytic converter. It technically stands for: The purpose of the heated element in the oxygen sensor … Read more