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Heater will shut down within minutes of igniting and say heater cool down mode


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What are the probable causes of DTCs P0030, P0039, P0074, and P0098?


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FL1 on a Jandy Lite2 LJ250N even after replacing the temp sensor.....is there any way to bypass the sensor to see if there is a different problem?


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2002 pontiac aztek overheating problems


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Where is the temp gage sensor location 2001 merk cougar


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The temperature gauge relies on readings from the Engine Coolant Temp (ECT) Sensor.

The ECT sensor is usually located on (or near) the thermostat/coolant housing.

Refer to component No. 8 (2.0L Engine):

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Refer to component No. 9 (2.5L Engine) locate under bypass tube:

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Hope this helps.


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What is code 23 for pontiac grand am is it vacume leak


Wow these are hard to find!!

Diagnostic codes for 1987 Pontiac

13 Open Oxygen Sensor Circuit
14 Coolant Temperature Sensor (High Temp Indicated)
15 Coolant Temperature Sensor (Low Temp Indicated)
21 Throttle Position Sensor (Signal Voltage High)
22 Throttle Position Sensor (Signal Voltage Low)
23 Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) Low Temp Indicated
24 Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) Circuit
25 Manifold Air Temperature (MAT) High Temp Indicated
32 Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Vacuum Control
33 Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) (GM/SEC High)
34 Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) (GM/SEC Low)
41 Cam Sensor Circuit
42 C3-I EST or Bypass Circuit Failure
43 Electronic Spark Control (ESC) Circuit
44 Oxygen Sensor Circuit (Lean Exhaust Indicated)
45 Oxygen Sensor Circuit (Rich Exhaust Indicated)
51 PROM Error
52 CALPAK Error
55 ECM Error
If you have your owners manual they should be in there. I couldn't find one online but did find this.

Future reference
http://autorepair.about.com/library/ts/obd-i/bl-dtcs-28.htm?once=true&

I hope these helped you

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Car keeps dying


Trouble Code 33 and 34 are the MAF/MAP Sensor Circuit. It sounds like you've replaced that sensor already. Did you also have the code 34 before putting in the new sensor?
Or did this code start after it's replacement? Any other codes appearing?

Troubleshooting it would depend if it has the Speed Density Update. The dealer should be able to provide that info.

Here's your fault code list:

13 oxygen sensor circuit 14 coolant temp sensor circuit (high temp) 15 coolant temp sensor circuit (low temp) 21 throttle position sensor (TPS) circuit (high signal) 22 throttle position sensor (TPS) circuit (low signal) 23 manifold air temp (MAT) circuit (low temp) 24 vehicle speed sensor (VSS) circuit 25 manifold air temp (MAT) circuit (high signal) 31 wastegate solenoid electrical circuit 32 exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) circuit 33 mass air flow (MAF) circuit (gm/sec high) 34 mass air flow (MAF) circuit (gm/sec low) 41 cam sensor circuit 42 C3I EST or bypass circuit failure 43 electronic spark control (ESC) circuit 44 oxygen sensor circuit (lean exhaust) 45 oxygen sensor circuit (rich exhaust) 51 PROM error 52 calpak error 55 ECM error

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