Volkswagen CC P0150: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 -Sensor 1)

P0150 is a very common OBDII code that occurs in the Volkswagen CC. It is typically caused when the Oxygen Sensor voltage is not within normal operating conditions. Volkswagen CC P0150 Symptoms Typically, the only symptom of P0150 is going to be the service engine soon light. In some cases, there can be other symptoms … Read moreVolkswagen CC P0150: O2 Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Bank 2 -Sensor 1)

Volkswagen CC P0402: EGR → Excessive Flow Diagnosis

P0402 is an OBDII trouble code that’ll pop up in the Volkswagen CC. 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 cycled … Read moreVolkswagen CC P0402: EGR → Excessive Flow Diagnosis

Volkswagen CC P0335: Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit Malfunction

The Volkswagen CC utilizes a crankshaft position sensor in order to regulate the engine timing. This sensor uses a reluctor to gauge the position of the crank. When the CC’s ECM determines that there is an issue with the signal coming from this sensor, it’ll throw the P0335 trouble code.   P0335 Symptoms: Volkswagen CC … Read moreVolkswagen CC P0335: Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit Malfunction

Volkswagen CC P0138: Oxygen Sensor High Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 2)

  P0138 is a common OBDII code that occurs in many vehicles, including theVolkswagen CC. The code is triggered when: The voltage at the 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 CC P0138: Oxygen Sensor High Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 2)

Volkswagen CC P0133: Oxygen Sensor Slow Response (Bank 1 -Sensor 1)

  P0133 is a common OBDII code that occurs in many vehicles, including theVolkswagen CC. The code is triggered when there is an issue with the response time from the oxygen (O2) sensor when switching voltage levels. The O2 sensor is responsible for helping the ECM meter oxygen levels in the exhaust in order to … Read moreVolkswagen CC P0133: Oxygen Sensor Slow Response (Bank 1 -Sensor 1)

Volkswagen CC P0132: Oxygen Sensor High Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 1)

    P0132 is a common OBDII code that occurs in many vehicles, including the Volkswagen CC. The code is triggered when: The voltage at the sensor remains above threshold for 20 seconds or more. The air fuel sensor stays in rich biased mode for too long. There are also some less likely problems that can … Read moreVolkswagen CC P0132: Oxygen Sensor High Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 1)

Volkswagen CC P0131: O2 Sensor Low Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 1)

P0131 is a common OBDII code that occurs in many vehicles, including the Volkswagen CC. It is letting you know that there is an issue with the wiring or harness going to the sensor, or the sensor itself is bad. There are also some less likely problems that can cause P0131. We’ll go over those below. … Read moreVolkswagen CC P0131: O2 Sensor Low Voltage (Bank 1 -Sensor 1)

Volkswagen CC P0330: Knock Sensor ” Bank 2″ – Circuit Malfunction

  P0330 is a powertrain OBDII trouble code that has the same meaning for the Volkswagen CC as it would any other vehicle. By definition, it means that the vehicles ECM/PCM isn’t getting the proper signal from the knock sensor. Clearing this code typically requires a new knock sensor. The second most common cause is … Read moreVolkswagen CC P0330: Knock Sensor ” Bank 2″ – Circuit Malfunction