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It's the number 8 sideways. That would be the picture

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No clue, either, so to start I would check the validity of the wiring from the computer to the diagnostic connector. Find a wiring diagram and get out the old trusty ohmmeter. You know where the computer and the diagnostic connector are.
Take off the negative battery cable. Pull the PCM connector off. From the wiring diagram you know what pins on the PCM connector go to the diagnostic connector. Now, one ohmmeter lead on the diag. conn. and the other meter lead on the PCM connector-turn the meter to ohms and see if very little resistance is in that wire. Resistance to current flow means very high ohms. A short is a break in the wire, and the ohmmeter will show infinite resistance. A wire still connected by two little strands with the others broken, will show very high resistance, just not infinite.
Check all the wires going to the diagnostic connector in the same way. If all wires are good, check the computer is getting fully powered. Is check engine light on with key on? Is your diagnostic tool working okay on other cars?

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It would be nice to know the past history of the car. For example, does the engine suddenly stall or does it slowly lose rpm and then stall, or does the car run fine and then sometimes idle erratically but never used to stall and now does. Can you wait 10-20 min and then it starts? etc?

Please check the Coolant Temperature Sensor (via an Ohm meter) for an Open circuit (infinite resistance) or possibly high fluctuation resistance.

Check that approx. +5V is present at the Sensor when ignition is on (engine Not running) by removing the connector and probing the connector.

Probe resistance during idle when engine is Cold and watch as the engine Warms to fully warm (normal) temperature. When cold, the resistance should be high (about 2K ohms to 4K ohms) and should decrease down to about .3K ohms fully warm (See page 6-8 in Haynes Manual).

If this issue is intermittent, it may be difficult to see it however large fluctuations in resistance when the engine is warm (1K ohm or so) could indicate the sensor is flaky. If the Sensor is open (infinite), replace the sensor.

Note: I don't recall for sure, but this error may be a "double trip" in that it is only logged if the issue occurs more than once (2+). Also, an error in this sensor is ONLY logged in the event of a short (0 ohms) or an open (infinite resistance) and is Not logged for erratic behavior.

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