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In this article, we’ll cover the potential causes, symptoms, and repairs for code P2017.

What Does the P2017 Code Mean?

P2017 is the diagnostic trouble code for “Intake Manifold Runner Position Sensor / Switch Circuit High Bank 1.” It typically applies to modern vehicles that have fuel-injected engines. Code P2017 may affect some Dodge, Ford, Toyota, Mercedes, Volkswagen, Nissan, and Infiniti vehicles manufactured after 2003.

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P2017 is the diagnostic trouble code for “Intake Manifold Runner Position Sensor / Switch Circuit High Bank 1.”

Intake manifold control valves and position sensors (IMRC valve/sensor) assist the powertrain control module (PCM) in calculating the volume of air entering the intake manifold in order to manage the engine’s air-fuel ratio. Your PCM may register code P2017 if it detects an electrical circuit fault in Bank 1.

You can find more information that can help you better understand P2017 or troubleshoot it yourself in our technical discussion about intake manifold runner control configurations.

What are Possible Causes of the P2017 Code?

Several factors can cause a malfunction in the intake manifold runner position sensor or switch circuit high bank. You’ll need to conduct a thorough examination of your system to avoid replacing the wrong part. Any of the following can trigger a P2017 code:

What are the Common Symptoms of the P2017 Code?

Most of the symptoms associated with the P0755 code are related to your vehicle’s engine. You should have your vehicle checked if it exhibits any of the following symptoms.

How to Diagnose the P2017 Code

In this instructional video, we’ll show you how to diagnose the P2017 code using your OBD-II scanner, so that you can take the necessary steps to replace your vehicle’s faulty parts.

How to Fix the P2017 Code

The process for troubleshooting code P2017 depends on your vehicle’s manufacturer, fuel system, IMRC sensors, and wire colors. We recommend looking into technical service bulletins for your specific vehicle to save valuable time and money during diagnosis. Your vehicle’s manufacturer may have already released a technical service bulletin related to your issue.

You can find plenty of OBD-II resources online that include common problems and fixes for specific vehicles and carmakers. When troubleshooting and repairing diagnostic trouble codes, always refer to your owner’s manual to determine the correct course of action. You should avoid using repair information from another manufacturer to diagnose and fix the underlying issues that trigger the P2017 code.

However, if you don’t feel confident in your DIY skills, you can get a mechanic to repair these issues. They can accurately diagnose the cause of the P2017 code and perform the necessary repairs, saving you the hassle of having to do it yourself.

Any information provided on this Website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace consultation with a professional mechanic.

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