Question about 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD
The display reads only fault messages. The thermostat has nothing to do with a perceived engine temperature, so it will not change anything. There is a seperate temperature sensor for the gauge and the computer to moniter, and it's on the driver's side cylinder head, next to the spark plugs and exhaust manifold. If you have a cooling fan with a clutch that is driven off of the accessory belt system, then it will only turn off when the fan clutch itsself reaches a certain temperature. So in order to turn off the message, you have to figure out why the temperature sensor is telling the computer that your engine is hot.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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