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      what is p0690

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      Quote Originally Posted by simek View Post
      what is p0690
      Electronic Control Module

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      i have a 2008 aveo the engine light just came on and its p 2096
      what is it?

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      Quote Originally Posted by kerry View Post
      i have a 2008 aveo the engine light just came on and its p 2096
      what is it?
      The code P2096, post catalyst fuel trim system too lean on bank 1 simply translates to a lean (too much air and not enough fuel) condition the PCM recognized through the signals from the oxygen sensors. Bank 1 has no meaning on a four or straight six cylinder engine with a single exhaust. On a V-6 or V-8 engine it refers to the oxygen sensor on the number one cylinder side of the engine as bank 1.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 05Aveo View Post
      The code P2096, post catalyst fuel trim system too lean on bank 1 simply translates to a lean (too much air and not enough fuel) condition the PCM recognized through the signals from the oxygen sensors. Bank 1 has no meaning on a four or straight six cylinder engine with a single exhaust. On a V-6 or V-8 engine it refers to the oxygen sensor on the number one cylinder side of the engine as bank 1.
      thanks for the reply
      my mechanic said it was the oxygen sensor and also the flex pipe was rotted out

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      Hello ,

      I have a P2076 engine code... what should I look for ?

      Thanks !

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      http://www.aveoforum.com/forum/f108/...-2076-a-15022/





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