Question about Honda Civic
Posted by Anonymous on
Off the top of my head I believe your car has multiple temp sensors. One that sends info to the computer, and another that sends info to the gauge. If the heat is cold and the gauge reads hot I would first test the temp sensor for the gauge. For the check engine light to come on the sensor would have to send either no signal to the computer, or the signal would have to be out of the range that the computer us expecting from it. Your sensor may be faulty enough to be inaccurate, but not enough to set off the light. Hope this helps.
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