Description of DTC code P2106

Problem code P2106 OBD2 implies that the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) found a malfunction that limits the work of the throttle actuator control system. It is a condition that is called fail-safe mode, which is activated to prevent the engine from accelerating until the malfunction is corrected.

If other codes indicate an engine safety issue or cause engine damage, the PCM sets the code P2106 to force the throttle actuator control system to limit the engine power level.

Symptoms of fault code P2106

  • Check Engine lighting.
  • The engine may not start.
  • The throttle response may be weak or absent.
  • The automatic transmission does not make the corresponding changes.
  • Other diagnostic codes were

Causes of OBD2 P2106

The reasons why the fault code P2106 OBDII is stored are

  • The engine may be overheated.
  • There could be refrigerant leaks.
  • The Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve may be damaged.
  • Perhaps the Mass Airflow (MAF) Sensor is defective.
  • Problems in automatic transmission.
  • The system may have voltages out of range.

Possible solutions of the DTC code P2106

The respective steps to follow for the solution of the P2106 OBD2 DTC code are the following:

  • Check the Service Bulletins available for your vehicle.
  • Perform a complete scan so that you can identify if there are other DTC codes. Note that the P2106 code is informative and usually its establishment is to warn the driver that the vehicle entered as a failure test.
  • Check the throttle actuator control along with its cables and connectors. Repair any defects.

Codes related to P2106

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