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Temp light stays on

The temp light stays on and have been told its a sensor that goes bad but havent had a chance to get it to a shop yet .. i drive it 2 and from work, about 10 miles one way and its not overheated as of yet. i dont know if light is related to my ac or not as it only blows warm air..

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Yes, it'a bad temp sensor.

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