Oldsmobile Aurora P0402: EGR → Excessive Flow Diagnosis

  P0402 is an OBDII trouble code that’ll pop up in the Oldsmobile Aurora. It has to do with the emissions system and stands for: P0402: EGR → Excessive Flow Diagnosis The EGR system on a vehicle is responsible for recirculating exhaust gasses in order to lower the vehicles emissions output. The amount of gas … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0340: CPS – Circuit Malfunction

P0340 is a somewhat common and difficult trouble code to diagnose. The Oldsmobile Aurora is no exception to this rule. That’s because it’s a generic powertrain code. Generic codes tell you that there is a problem, but they don’t really tell you what particular part of the system is throwing the code.     OBDII … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0300: Engine Misfire Detected

P0300 is one of the most common OBDII codes that occurs in the Oldsmobile Aurora. It stands for: P0300 is certainly a cause for concern, and can be a threat to the drivability the Oldsmobile Aurora. It will often be accompanied by codes P0301-P0308. These particular codes also indicate that there is a misfire detected, … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0113: IAT Sensor → High Input Problem

P0113 is an OBDII trouble code that occurs when the Oldsmobile Aurora’s engine management computer detects that there is an issue with the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) Sensor, specifically that there is a High Input Problem with it. P0113: IAT Sensor – High Input Problem The IAT sensor is responsible for measuring the air temperature … Read more

Oldsmobile Aurora P0011: OBDII Code Diagnosis

P0011 is a very common trouble code. It affects vehicles with variable valve timing (VVT). The list of VVT vehicles is growing, and the Oldsmobile Aurora can have VVT, and is prone to developing this code. P0011 is a generic OBDII code. This means that it has the same definition for the Oldsmobile Aurora as … Read more