Question about Pontiac Sunfire
Usually,when low temperature code is set,the thermostat is malfunctioning,although it could be a bad temperature sensor too.If the vehicle has alot of miles,and the thermostat is old,go ahead and replace it as it isn't very expensive,and a new one is good insurance against engine overheating as that can severely damage an engine.If the problem still persists,test or replace the temperature sensor,and check the wires and connector for a tight connection.Also check the entire cooling system for leaks or loose connections,weak hoses,and flush and fill with new coolant if old,as antifreeze deteriorates with age too.Good luck.
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