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comes on and stay on. What could be the issue and solution When these lights come on together often times you need to replace a wheel speed sensor. check for the blue connectors under each fender well

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...sensor light? I thought it may go off by replacing the warn sensor. One method describes just turning the key to position 2 and giving it about 30 seconds and that it will reset on its own. A manual ...

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...temperature gauge zooming to the red zone, then back to normal -- bouncing around, and fan coming on. I replaced the thermostat -- problem stopped for a month, then resumed. Have taken it repeatedly ...

...computer keepings telling me the temperature outside is -4 degress. I have an 05 Mini Cooper, can anyone tell me how to fix it? there may be ice on the sensor in the grille causing a false ...

Question about 2006 Cooper

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...to. The temperature sensors for your cooling system have power all the time and when the temperature sensor reads a temp that it high it will turn the fans on until the temp drops. Hope this

...engine is switched off This is a likely "fail safe". Have your coolant temperature sensor tested. If the temp sensor is faulty, it could keep the fans on as a safety so the engine does not

...to hot but with the fan switched off till it has warmed up and all the air is expelled from the system if that doesnt help you need to locate the coolant temperature sensor and replace it good ...

...on my 2004 mini coopers s and now the sensor light stays on, how can I reset it did you replace the sensors when the pad wears it cuts a wire on the sensor if you look at the sensor you will see ...

...sensor needs to be in hot coolant so it will cause the cooling fan to come on at a set temperature.make sure coolant correct level and the coolant level in the cooling overflow jug should be at full ...

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...temperature sensor itself. If you're confident that the thermostat was properly replaced - you should probably look into the temperature senor itself. Here's a video about the P0128 code diagnosing ...

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