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Coolant sensor was replaced still get check engine light

I took my navigator to advance auto to diagnose a check engine light problem. It said the coolant sensor needed replacing. I replaced it and that seemed to correct the fault. About two days later the check engine light came back on. I took it back to advance auto and the computer gave the same, Rickey

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If the code in the ecm isn't cleared then it will come back. Have them clear all codes and see if it persists.

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