What does P0192 code means?
The power control module (PCM) has detected that the fuel pressure is not within the normal range which is required for proper engine operation.
What causes the P0192 code?
Damaged FRP sensor
What are the symptoms of the P0192 code?
Symptoms typically include a no start condition, extended cranking before engine starts, hesitation upon acceleration, as well as stored trouble code and malfunction indicator lamp illumination.
Common mistakes when diagnosing the P0192 code:
Many fuel pumps and other components have been replaced when a vehicle is simply out of fuel. If the fuel level gauge is not working properly, the likelihood of this misdiagnosis becomes more prominent.
What repairs can fix the P0192 code?
a. Adding fuel to a low or empty fuel tank
b. Repairing wiring or connectors that are corroded
c. Repairing wiring that is shorted, broken, or frayed
d. Replacing clogged fuel filter
e. Replacing fuel pump relay
f. Replacing fuel pump fuse
g. Replacement of the fuel pump
h. Replacement of the fuel rail pressure sensor