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> Service Engine Light, Codes says Engine not heating
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post Dec 31 2012, 03:52 PM
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Anybody having issues with a code saying the engine is not worming up properly.
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could be a thermostat..or the temp sensor
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Yeah replaced both sensors and my Mechanic said the T-Stat is fine. He sugested maybe replacing the Instrument Cluster. (REALLY)

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could be a thermostat..or the temp sensor

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meaning he took out the thermostat and tested it?
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