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Po125 code.... changed thermostate and etc sensor... Check engine light comes back on.... Whats next

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The code means the coolant is not reaching a high enough temperature, or it is taking too long to reach the proper temperature. Check that the cooling fans are not running constantly and that the thermostat you installed is the right temperature.

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

  • johanna_roan Mar 16, 2011

    i checked fans and changed the thermostat again to one with a jiggle valve. Seemed to work and light stayed off for 60-70 miles but came back on. (the other times the light came back on in like 10 mins.) I have to pass inspection by end of March!!!!! Next?????? any other ideas?

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