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Engine light on and temperature gauge not working fan won't shut off

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Could be the thermostat. I know nothing about cars but I noticed my 2000 Grand Prix temp gauge was not going to the normal level. My wife drives this car so I didn't notice it for a month or so. Eventually the Engine light came on. Took it to Autozone and the code came back as P0180... (1) low coolant (2) bad thermostat (3) enginge fuel temp sensor. They used a code reader that was about the size of an Ipod nano.

Coolant was okay, so took it to my mechanic. His netbook sized computer showed it was the Thermostat. He reset the codes and the temp guage went back to normal. Was short on $40 for the fix at the time, so I parked the car and promised to bring it back in 3 days. Went out and checked the car a day later at 25 degrees outside without starting the car... gauge still sitting at the normal level. No question it's the thermostat. That car will not be driven again until T.stat is fixed in 2 days.

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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SOURCE: 1998 sunfire temperature gauges quits working as soon as cooling fan comes on and check engine came on P0118 code

You may have a problem with the engine temp sensor or the wiring.
The fan would come on if the computer lost the signal from the sensor rather than the sensor failing because of the fan.
Low coolant is another possible cause.

Posted on Aug 16, 2012

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SOURCE: 2000 Pontiac Montana temperature gauge stays at zero

Have one doing the same thing, will it hurt anything to let fan run constantly? (leaving on 20 hr trip, no time to have repaired) Where is the wire located?

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