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Two codes on a 2001 kia sephia P1624 and P0116

Code P0116 engine coolant temp ckt/perf

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Fix the leak at the emissions system first. There is a small leak that the PCU detected. That could be the cause of the P0116 problem. Also the PCU detected a lean gas mixture because it is getting more air to the fuel system than gasoline. Start with the leak , then the Engine temperature sensor. I think that fixing the lek will "fix' the othe 2 problems. but it could be either one or all of them.

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maybe a bad thermostat,change termostat

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