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P0182 getting a po182 temp sensor code. How do I replace sensor

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SOURCE: getting a low coolant temp code.temp is normal. im

Sometimes there are two Temp sensors. Did you see if you had two?

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Sometimes there are two Temp sensors. Did you see if you had two?

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Trouble Code 33 and 34 are the MAF/MAP Sensor Circuit. It sounds like you've replaced that sensor already. Did you also have the code 34 before putting in the new sensor?
Or did this code start after it's replacement? Any other codes appearing?

Troubleshooting it would depend if it has the Speed Density Update. The dealer should be able to provide that info.

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