The supercharger is a compressor that is installed in combustion engines, with the purpose of generating a supercharger, resulting in increased engine power. Mechanical energy is delivered to the turbocharger through chains, belts, or shafts that are linked to the crankshaft. With this energy, compressed air is introduced into the engine, thus obtaining a greater amount of oxygen in each intake cycle of the engine. This allows more fuel to be burned and increases its power.
The PCM (Powertrain Control Module) uses various sensors to determine if the turbocharger or supercharger is delivering the required amount of boost. If the PCM detects that the requested amount of boost is not being delivered, DTC P2262 OBD2 will set.