Engine Overheating (Temperature Sensor) p0128

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How to Diagnose a Code P0128

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Here is a quick and easy way to check temperature sensor. I could have done a lot of other checks, but i'll do them later if the sensor doesn't fix the problem. As far as sensor being bad, there is no doubt.

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