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The code is telling you the engine temp sensor is telling the computer the engine is not warming up as it should. Sometimes the problem is the thermostat, or low coolant, and sometimes it is the temp sensor. Check the engine temp with an inferred thermometer first. Usually the engine temp sensor is a two wire sensor, yellow and black.
Hi, this is a 2 wire Delco alternator. The wire from the terminal on the back goes to the battery or starter, and the other (excite) wire goes to the battery light in the dash. It also goes to the PCM--not sure which pin, sorry.
the most common cause of this issue is a shorted to ground engine harness, due to engine movement the harness rubs on the engine and shorts out, I hear this issue fairly often on the Toyota pickups. look in places where the harness goes over or around engine components, the problem will be there.
Your crank sensor is located between the engine and the trans. From the pass. side. look behind the engine and you'll find a wiring harness that goes to a sensor that is installed in the bell housing A 10mm bolt holds it in place. If you're replacing the sensor, make sure you look at the wiring harness that goes to it. The harness likes to come apart.