How do you fix a coolant temperature circuit low input problem on a 1999 ford Explorer?
That definition means that for some reason the PCM is seeing a low input from the ECT sensor. That could be sensor problem, a wiring problem, or a PCM problem, but the most likely problem is that the truck is actually running too cold. That could be a stuck open thermostat, or an incorrect temperature thermostat installed.
What is causing the coolant warning light to staying on and telling me to STOP when the coolant level is fine on my volkswagen golf Mk4?
Have you checked your temperature? There are two sensors one is for coolant level, and other is for temperature. First make sure your not over heating, then disconnect your coolant level sensor located on your coolant tank, and disconnect it. If light goes out, this may be your problem. Although I am not one hundred percent sure this would work as way of testing, because the circuit for level sensor may only come on when…
My 2000 Explorer V8 sputters and stalls when the outside temperature gets over 75 degrees. Like its running out of gas. Where should I start looking for the problem?
Overheating is due to, well, the coolant in the cooling system getting too hot. In a normally operating engine, this should never be a problem. First, check that the coolant level is correct. If it is correct, I would suspect a problem with the thermostat. When the engine is cold, the thermostat closes off coolant flow through the engine until the coolant reaches a pre-determined temperature. When that temperature is reached, the thermostat opens to…
If you mean that the engine fan is on at all times and that the temperature gauge is indicating that the engine is hot, even when it is cold, then the problem is your coolant temperature sensor. Your car probably has an electronic engine cooling fan,which is turned on by the vehicles computer when it is signaled by the coolant temp sensor. The coolant temp sensor also gives the reading for the dashboard gauge, and…
On a 2.2 liter 95 impreza i get a diagnostic code of po115 relating to eng coolant circuit problem and po125 fuel loop problem if i change the coolant sensor would that solve the problem of hard st?
i have a 95 impreza and i just got the same dtc ( po115) along with po114 wich was my 02 sensor. So most likely the fuel loop problem is being caused by the coolant sensor and once that is replaced the other problem should subside. Similar to my 02 sensor dtc, wich i believe is being caused by the excess gas being used from the faulty coolant sensor
Where is the coolant sensor on a 2001 Mercury Sable and is it possible to replace it without replacing the entire coolant reservoir?
NOTE: this answer is describing the location of the engine coolant temperature sensor - NOT the coolant sensor in the reservoir that warns when the level gets too low. The coolant temperature sensor is located directly adjacent to the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing is what the upper radiator hose (toward the right side of the engine compartment) connects to. You do not have to replace the reservoir to replace this part, but leaky coolant…
I had a similar problem with mine.... temperature gauge would shoot up after 10 minutes of driving and all the coolant would be gone... started watching the tail after replacing the coolant and saw white smoke... found out later it was a crack in the cylinder and it was burning coolant... this may not be your problem, but it mite help...
Diagnostic error code number 118 with high temperature input on a Audi A4 means that the engine coolant is not running at the right temperature. When the engine is cold, it should be warm, and when the engine is warm, the temperature should be cooler in the engine. The problem could be with the Engine Coolant Temperature sensor or the vehicle could be low on fluid.
How do you figure out what these codes are 91 park avenue 15 16 21 23 36 41 43 51 68 and what to do no space to tell what car does?
15-coolant sensor or circuit/low temperature indicated 16-system voltage out of range 21-throttle position sensor 23-mixture control solenid or circuit 36-idle air control valve or circuit 41-cylinder select error-mem-cal or ecm problem(fuel injected models) 43-knock sensor circuit 51-prom, mem-cal or ecm problem didnt see a 68 codes from haynes manual
Your 2001 montecarlo temperature gauge reads the car is over heating but car is not what could it be?
What wire harnes did you fix to make it stop dying im have big troubles with your 95 avenger es code 44 22 23 also?
The heat stopped working on your 1993 Toyota Camry The radiator is not leaking the thermostat is good what else could cause this and how do I diagnose problem?
Why does my 2001 cavalier temperature gauge max out high and then go all the way back down to c when I stop at a light The low coolant light comes on but doesn't stay on and there is no heat?
If you are referring to the temperature reading on the gauge, then it's possibly a bad thermostat. It will also read 'cold' until the engine has sufficiently warmed up. Lack of fluid (water and/or antifreeze) in the radiator. Low engine temperature (bad thermostat). Low coolant level. Bad gauge. Wiring issue. Coolant temperature sensor bad or not correctly grounded. Problem in an electornic control module.
I'm not sure what you're asking, but if you mean that you are getting an OBD-II diagnostic code of P0128 from your Volvo S40, that code corresponds to a problem with coolant temperature. On a first generation Volvo s40 (99-04), this usually means that the thermostat or electronic coolant temperature sensor are malfuctioning or have failed.
The heat is provided by radiator coolant circulating through the heater core. This is a mechanical process and no fuses are involved. There are fuses for the control panel and the blower motor and the system will appear "dead" if the fuses are blown. If the problem is lack of heat or control over the temperature of the system, the problem is most likely a mechanical failure of the blend door. This door regulates how…