P1351 Engine Fault Code

Check Solution For P1351 OBD Code :

P1351 engine code seems a kind of powertrain problem, we try to show one by one the meaning and the solution.
Brief explanation of the P1351 code and definition of P1351 is the bottom side.

P1351 Meaning :

p Powertrain Code
Problem is related engine, transmission and emissions systems.
1 MFG - Manufacturer Specific
3 IC Module 4X Ref Circuit Intermittent, No Pulses
5 TP Sensor Learn Not Complete
1 TFP Valve Position Switch-Drive Without Drive Ratio

MFG - Manufacturer Specific codes, which have a '1' as their second digit to indicate they are unique to a particular vehicle make or model. These special codes were deemed necessary by the vehicle manufacturers so they could provide additional diagnostic information beyond the basic list of generic OBD II codes for all kinds of faults, not just emissions-related faults.

How To Fix P1351 ?

Deactivation of cylinders is achieved by releasing a synchroniser pin that normally interlocks the cam follower and rocker arms. P1351 code resolves the synchroniser pin is released using hydraulic pressure which is controlled by a dedicated solenoid.

P1351 Code Description:

The catalytic converter has an oxygen sensor in front and behind it. When the vehicle is warm and running in closed loop mode, the upstream oxygen sensor waveform reading should fluctuate. When you see P1351 engine fault code on your engine code reader this description will help you.

P Codes List of all Powertrain codes.

Final Step: In the definitions listed below, there is a test drive recommended after you've completed any repairs to see if the condition is fixed. Before you take a test drive after a repair, always erase the P Code(s) first. This will turn the check engine light off and then you will know if the check engine light returns, you've got further diagnostics to complete.

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