5 Symptoms of a Bad Coolant Temp Sensor (and Replacement Cost)

bad coolant temperature sensor symptoms

Today’s vehicles utilize an elaborate network of sensors, modules, and wires to assist an engine in achieving the highest degree of operational efficiency. The sensors contained within this network monitor a number of values related to critical engine operation, and relay data to their corresponding modules for interpretation.  However, as is often the case with … Read more

P0128 Code (Symptoms, Causes, and How to Fix)

P0128 engine code

The P0128 error code suggests that your car’s coolant temperature was at an unusual level after operating your vehicle. Your engine coolant should reach around 160° F (71° C) within 15 minutes of starting the engine. The powertrain control module (PCM) monitors signals from the coolant thermostat to determine if it reaches this temperature in … Read more