Volkswagen Beetle P0410: Secondary Air Injection System → Malfunction

P0410 is a generic OBDII trouble code.  This means that it has the same meaning for the Volkswagen Beetle as it would any other vehicle.  It is letting you know that there is an issue with the secondary air injection system. P0410: Secondary Air Injection System → Malfunction  The secondary air injection system injects air … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0410: Secondary Air Injection System → Malfunction

Volkswagen Beetle P0506: Idle Air Control – RPM Lower than Expected

  P0506 is a common OBDII trouble code. It is typically triggered when the engine idle speed is lower than the predetermined limit set by the manufacturer. It is a generic code, which means that it has the same meaning for the Volkswagen Beetle as it would any other vehicle.    P0506 Symptoms:  Beetle Most … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0506: Idle Air Control – RPM Lower than Expected

Volkswagen Beetle P0156: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 – Sensor 2)

  P0156 is an OBDII trouble code that occurs in the Volkswagen Beetle. It is typically caused when the O2 Sensor voltage is not within its specified operating range.   Bank two will be the side of the engine with cylinder 2 in the firing order.  Sensor 2 is aft of the catalytic converter.   … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0156: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 – Sensor 2)

Volkswagen Beetle P0505: Idle Air Control System- Malfunction

P0505 is an OBDII code that deals with the idle air control system in the Volkswagen Beetle.  It’s a generic code, which means that it has the same meaning for the Beetle as it would any other vehicle (Beetle or not). P0505:  Idle Air Control System:  Malfunction When P0505 is triggered, it is typically caused … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0505: Idle Air Control System- Malfunction

Volkswagen Beetle P0158: Oxygen Sensor High Voltage (Bank 2 -Sensor 2)

  P0158 is an OBDII code that occurs in many vehicles, including the Volkswagen Beetle. The code is triggered when: The voltage at the O2 sensor remains above threshold for 20 seconds or more Voltage to the sensor is to high (wiring problem, think short) Bad O2 sensor itself There are also some less likely problems … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0158: Oxygen Sensor High Voltage (Bank 2 -Sensor 2)

Volkswagen Beetle P0153: Oxygen Sensor Slow Response (Bank 2 – Sensor 1)

    P0153 is a common OBDII code that occurs in many vehicles, including the Volkswagen Beetle. The code is triggered when there is an issue with the response time from the O2 sensor when switching voltage levels. The Oxygen sensor is responsible for helping the ECM monitor oxygen levels in the exhaust in order to … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0153: Oxygen Sensor Slow Response (Bank 2 – Sensor 1)

Volkswagen Beetle P0139: O2 Sensor Slow Response (Bank 1 – Sensor 2)

P0139 is a common OBDII code that occurs in many vehicles, including the Volkswagen Beetle. The code is triggered when there is an issue with the response time from the oxygen (O2) sensor when switching voltage levels. The Oxygen sensors are responsible for helping the ECM meter oxygen levels in the exhaust, and helping to … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0139: O2 Sensor Slow Response (Bank 1 – Sensor 2)

Volkswagen Beetle P0140: O2 Sensor → No Activity Detected B1S2

P0140 is a generic OBDII trouble code. It has the same meaning for any vehicle with OBDII, including the Volkswagen Beetle. It means that the PCM/ECM is not detecting any activity from the sensor.  It doesn’t mean that the O2 sensor isn’t getting power, but that the voltage isn’t changing, which is the “no activity”. … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0140: O2 Sensor → No Activity Detected B1S2

Volkswagen Beetle P0137: O2 Sensor Low Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 2)

  P0137 is a fairly common OBDII code that occurs in the Volkswagen Beetle, it’s a general code.  This means that it has the same meaning for any vehicle. This code is supposed to let you know that there is an issue with the wiring or harness going to the sensor, or the sensor itself is … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0137: O2 Sensor Low Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 2)

Volkswagen Beetle P0136: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 – Sensor 2)

  P0136 is a common OBDII code that occurs in the Volkswagen Beetle. It is typically caused when the O2 Sensor voltage is not within normal operating range. Bank one will be the side of the engine with cylinder 1 in the firing order.    Volkswagen Beetle P0136 Symptoms Often, the only symptom of P0136 … Read moreVolkswagen Beetle P0136: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 1 – Sensor 2)