Question about 2007 Chevrolet Uplander
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The P0218 Code is primarily intended to indicate a faulty thermostat.
Have the thermostat replaced
Other possible causes that could trigger this code would be:
Low engine coolant level
faulty cooling fan
faulty coolant temperature sensor
faulty intake air temperature sensor
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
The fuel filter on this vehicle is located inside the fuel tank and is an integral part of the fuel pump module assembly. As such, it's not replaceable by itself and can only be serviced by replacing the entire pump module. It's a "lifetime" filter, in theory anyway, but it can plug up if there has been a large amount of crud that has gotten into the tank somehow. The best way to determine if the filter is restricted is to have the fuel pressure tested as part of a road test drive to see if the pressure remains steady [indicating a good pump and ok filter] or drops off [indicating a restricted filter or weak pump] Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
coolant temperature sensor is located next to thermostat housing at front of engine in intake manifold you will see it right next to top radiator hose but this one reports to pcm the one for the gauge in dash or light is on the drivers side cylinder head you will see one little wire going to a sensor screwed in head near second plug back on drivers side
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
If you are refering to the coolant level sensor (causes low coolant light to turn on), it is located on the radiator near the battery on the passnger side. It is on the radiator tank, just below the radiator cap and the upper connection for the transmission line. Heres a picture of the sensor on my 2002 Impala when I removed the radiator (it's the square thing in the center of the picture):
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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