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Getting a low coolant temp code.temp is normal. im

Getting a low coolant temp code.temp is normal. i replaced temp sensor and second o2 sensor and still have same code.what would cause a false insufficient coolant temp code?

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Sometimes there are two Temp sensors. Did you see if you had two?

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