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try cleaning the MAF , Stands for Mass Air Flow. Clean this with electric MAF cleaner, and then reset the code this should take care of the problem.

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Many shops have a hand held pyrometer that can check actual engine temperature. you can get a rough idea what the temp is by using a thermometer taped to the upper radiator hose. Normal engine temp is generally in the 210degree (f) range. If it is at or close to that I'd change the temperature sending unit. If it is far below normal, check that the thermostat is not stuck open (replace if it is).

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U can't test the new OBD2 system (1996 up) that way, u need at a very min a code reader, better choice is a full function scanner.

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