Question about Acura Legend
If you're getting five volts to the sensor, then there is an open in the circuit somewhere...either the sensor is unplugged or a broken wire somewhere...locate the sensor, follow the wiring harness and if you can't see nothing, take it to your mechanic...the over heating issue, could also be an air pocket in the coolant or something as simple as the wrong type of coolant in the system.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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