OBDII Code Definitions
[ P0000-0100 ] [ P0100-0200 ] [ P0200-0300 ] [ P0300-0400 ] [ P0400-0500 ] [ P0500-0600 ] [ P0600-0700 ] [ P0700-0800 ] [ P0800- ]
[ P1000-1100 ] [ P1100-1200 ] [ P1200-1300 ] [ P1300-1400 ] [ P1400-1500 ] [ P1500-1600 ] [ P1600-1700 ] [ P1700-1800 ] [ P1800- ]
[ P2000-2100 ] [ P2100-2200 ] [ P2200-2300 ] [ P2300-2400 ] [ P2400-2500 ] [ P2500-2600 ] [ P2600-2700 ] [ P2700-2800 ] [ P2800- ]
[ P3000-3100 ] [ P3100-3200 ] [ P3200-3300 ] [ P3300-3400 ] [ P3400-3500 ] [ P3500- ]

[ U0000-0100 ] [ U0100-0200 ] [ U0200-0300 ] [ U0300-0400 ] [ U0400-1000 ] [ U1000-2000 ] [ U2000-3000 ] [ U3000-4000 ]
[ B0000-1000 ] [ B1000-2000 ] [ B2000-3000 ] [ B3000-4000 ]
[ C0000-1000 ] [ C1000-2000 ] [ C2000-3000 ] [ C3000-4000 ]

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Remember that most trouble codes refer to a specific circuit and replacing the sensor without confirming it is bad, may not solve the problem.

Warning: Please check for manufacturer specific codes with an appropriate manual

Freightliner Trouble Codes

Oldsmobile Trouble Codes

Disclaimer:We cannot guarantee the accuracy of all trouble codes.
We try and make them as accurate as we can, but sometimes we all make mistakes.