Code P0441 is a vehicle diagnostic trouble code associated with a vehicle's evaporative emission control system. When a vehicle has a code P0441, it is an indication that the evaporative emission control system's purge function is not operating properly.Continue Reading
Code P0441 is a standard code under the on-board diagnostic parameter ID (OBD-II PID) system, a diagnostic reporting system required in most passenger vehicles sold in the U.S. since 1996. When a vehicle's on-board computer identifies a problem, it logs the appropriate OBD-II PID code and illuminates the check engine light. To retrieve this code, an automotive technician connects a scanning device to the vehicles OBD-II connector.
The evaporative emission control system collects fuel vapors from a vehicle's fuel system. When the engine is running, the collected fuel vapors are purged into the engine to be burned rather than released into the atmosphere.Learn more about Car Parts & Maintenance
Diagnostic code PO300 indicates a misfire of a cylinder in a vehicle’s engine, but it does not indicate the cylinder in question or the reason for the misfire. When the code features a digit other than zero, the digit indicates the misfiring cylinder number; for instance, if the code is PO302, it indicates misfiring of the number two cylinder.Full Answer >
The trouble code P0171 means that the engine air-to-fuel ratio contains too much oxygen and too little fuel. Driving without correcting the problem creates a higher combustion temperature, which can eventually cause more damage. Quite a number of issues may cause the engine to run lean.Full Answer >
A Ford P0171 fault code usually indicates that the engine is receiving too much air or too much fuel. It is also possible for both of these conditions to exist simultaneously. The P0171 fault code in a Ford vehicle usually means the problem is in the passenger-side cylinder bank.Full Answer >
A P0300 diagnostic code on a Nissan Quest is caused by an engine misfire. This means that the on-board computer has detected that not all of the engine’s cylinders are firing properly.Full Answer >