Mazda P115E: Throttle Actuator Control Throttle Body Air Flow Trim At Max Limit
Is your scanner showing Mazda P115E?
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Mazda P115E: Throttle Actuator Control Throttle Body Air Flow Trim At Max LimitOVERVIEW
What Does The Mazda P115E Code Mean?
During idle, the PCM monitors the throttle angle and air flow. If the air flow is determined to be less than expected, the PCM adjusts the throttle angle to compensate. The air flow reduction is typically the result of sludge buildup around the throttle plate. This DTC indicates the PCM has reached the maximum allowed compensation and is no longer able to compensate for the build up.
What Are The Potential Causes Of The Mazda P115E Code?
- Engine deposits around the throttle plate
- Throttle body is damaged
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