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The code description for code P0117 is "Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor (ECT)Voltage Low". The ECT is a thermal variable resistor. The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) sends a 5 volt reference to the ECT and measures how much of this voltage returns to the PCM to determine engine temperature. This code sets when the ECT voltage signal is less than 1 volt.

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I would say that with the symptoms you are describing along with these codes, there is a GOOD chance that you have some kind of wiring harness damage or water in a connector that is shorting these two circuits together. This would definitely RAISE the voltage on the O2S circuit that is supposed to be low, and LOWER the ECT voltage that is supposed to be high.

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My friends car came up with this code and p0117 and he says when he accelerates it feels like its holding back


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