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Faulty temperature sensor

What are the effects of a faulty temperature sensor on a ford focus? Hope someone can help, thanks.

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    Thanks mr greenz.

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Engine overheats, will not register.Causes problems with the computer programing. Take your car to an Autozone or similar store and get a code scan for free.

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