How To Diagnose A P0128 - A Faulty Thermostat

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A P0128 is a code is an indication of a faulty thermostat or ECT (engine coolant temp sensor). The manufacture designs the engine to run at a specific operating temperature for the most efficient operation. The thermostat regulates the coolant between the engine and radiator. If the thermostat sticks open or is weak, the coolant does not get to desired temp level. If the thermostat sticks the the engine will overheat causing damage. We simply show a quick way to check proper thermostat operation.

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