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P0EFD - How To Repair: Meaning, Causes, Symptoms, Fixes

P0EFD - OBD2 Trouble Code P0EFD Battery Charger 'A' Input Voltage Sensor 'C' Circuit Low

P0EFD Code Definition

P0EFD Battery Charger 'A' Input Voltage Sensor 'C' Circuit Low

What Does the Engine Code P0EFD Mean?

Character "P" in the first position of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) represents the powertrain system (engine and transmission), "0" in the second position means that this is a generic OBD-II (OBD2) DTC. "E" in the third character position in a DTC indicates that the is experiencing a malfunction. The last two characters "FD" is DTC number. OBD2 Diagnostic Trouble Code P0EFD means that Battery Charger 'A' Input Voltage Sensor 'C' Circuit Low has been detected.

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How Serious Is the Code P0EFD?

For now, this issue is not serious. Carly recommends you to check this issue on a regular basis and check if it gets worse later on.

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