Interestingly, the P2200 isn't listed on this year and model. See pic 1.
The code itself indicates that NOx gases readings are out of parameters. In most cases, the code is set due to a faulty catalytic converter. However, that usually happened due to a different problem such as a misfire, rich fuel mixture, high fuel pressure, and the list goes on.
Again, both the P219A and the P2200 are related to bank one, so that is where the issue is.
So, I have a question. Are there any exhaust leaks? Do you have an infrared thermometer?
If you do, allow the engine to reach operating temperature. Check the temperature of the exhaust pipe before and after the bank 1 converter. See if there is a big difference in the temperature. If there is, chances are it is the converter.
If there is an exhaust leak before the converter, it will indicate a lean fuel mixture causing the computer to compensate by adding fuel. (The high fuel trim 33%)
Let me know.
Sunday, April 3rd, 2022 AT 4:43 PM