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1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Toyota Camry, 4 cylinders, 5S-FE, 2.2 Liter 2000 Camry. Friend informed me the car is running fine and not overheating. A code P0128 (Coolant Temperature below regulating temperature) may mean that one or more of the following has happened: -Low engine coolant level -Leaking or stuck open thermostat -Faulty cooling fan (running too much) -Bad Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor The information contained in this video is for general guidance, not responsible for any errors or injuries that you have done. Please subscribe and thank you for watching. Follow me on TWITTER: @88bmyvegas and http://lasvegasautoinsider.blogspot.com/
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.
It's very rare for me to have a car with P0128 Coolant Temperature Below Regulating Temps.....in this hot 95 degree weather. At least the thermostat failed in the correct position lol. Save yourself money diagnostic by paying attention to the live data.
By they way.......there was barely any heat if anyone comments on it.