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Mark, this is the info I found,Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Check the connection to the gauge temperature sensor sender, it may be loose or making a poor connection.
If no fault found with above connections, the next step would be to replace the gauge temperature sensor unit.
hi, i have had this problem on a vehicle a couple of years ago, it turned out to be the voltage stabilizer on the back of the clocks, a good auto electrician should locate it and replace it for you, they are cheap to buy, hope this helps, thanks for useing fixya
the code definition is internal pcm fault. if the car has less than 80,000 miles on it you may have federal emissions warranty left and the pcm would be covered by this warranty. the pcm or engine computer needs to be replaced. i would suggest taking it into a dealer because the new computer needs to be programmed after installation and only the dealer can do that.