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How do you fix a P0128 code on a 2006 Ford Fusion?

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P0128....Coolant Thermostat (Coolant Temperature Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature) now if this a 2006 model built for the europeon market then your code reader is a waste of time as it will never read the correct codes and if your really lucky it could lock up the immobilisor as well this is to prevent general garages from doing any repairs so just take it back to a ford garage

Posted on Jul 30, 2010

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    and if it's built for the USA the solution is to change the thermostat?

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I also have a 2006 Fusion (North American model) with the 4cyl engine. I assume you already checked the coolant level. This error comes up for me after driving for awhile at high speeds on the expressway. It looks like Ford's solution is to specify a 190F thermostat as a replacement instead of the 180F one that was previously specified. The aftermarket thermostat suppliers still recommend the 180F, so you end up with the same problem after replacement. Look for Motorcraft part number RT1193 or Ford part #3M4Z8575B.

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Your vehicle needs a thermostat. It is a pretty simple repair. Its under the left side of the intake manifold. You have to get one of the bolts from the bottom and the other two from the top.

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SOURCE: code P0128 ford, fusion 2006 4 cly

I had the same code. It means your engine coolant temp. is too low. That means your thermostat needs to be changed. Get the Ford Motorcraft one. It comes with the entire housing. Have a mechanic replace it. It is a real bugger to get to.

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P0128 is the fault code to check 1.the coolant level 2. thermostat defective 3. ECT (engine coolant temperature) sensor defective

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Thermostat is honestly the most common issue with this code on this vehicle. I have seen one or two sensors but more than likely it is the thermostat is stuck partialy open.

Posted on May 23, 2011

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P0128==coolant temp below thermostat regulating temp.
Just replace the thermostat. Unhook Neg battery cable while doing it and that should clear the code.
Thanks, Mike

Posted on Jun 19, 2011

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Your vehicle needs a thermostat. It is a pretty simple repair. Its under the left side of the intake manifold. You have to get one of the bolts from the bottom and the other two from the top.

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I had the same code. It means your engine coolant temp. is too low. That means your thermostat needs to be changed. Get the Ford Motorcraft one. It comes with the entire housing. Have a mechanic replace it. It is a real bugger to get to.

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