Question about 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I recently change the temperature control sensor, but now i need to reset the computer so it no longer reads bad. i tried the old fashioned way of disconnecting the battery for a few minutes but this did nothing. the change oil light is on as well so i imagine if the computer was reset then this would no longer read too. can some one please help me with this?
The only way to clear codes on your vehicle is to have a scan tool that finds and removes codes. You can buy one and it will pay for itself by the second or third time you use it. Good luck
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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The engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor is a variable resistor, that measures the temperature of the engine coolant. The powertrain control module (PCM) supplies 5 volts to the ECT signal circuit and a ground for the ECT low reference circuit. When the ECT is cold, the sensor resistance is high. When the ECT increases, the sensor resistance lowers. With high sensor resistance, the PCM detects a high voltage on the ECT signal circuit. With lower sensor resistance, the PCM detects a lower voltage on the ECT signal circuit. If the PCM detects an excessively low ECT signal voltage, which is a high temperature indication, DTC P1114 sets.
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