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Thread: Not your normal P0118 coolant sensor fault

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Manton View Post
    But, But, But the dealer said it doesn not matter.

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    Hey......! I'm a parts guy & just an asshole that thinks he knows very little.


    OP: You can indeed have voltage, as a result of insufficient current & from one strand of wire being what I call, an asshole current displaying voltage condition.

    Asshole grounds or B+ , with inability to carry current, are indeed a real scenario.

    Load test the track to be authenticated with meter or load light.

    I name these conditions after me because when you finally find this, you will indeed feel like an asshole.

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    Hey, don't get me wrong, I appreciate the help, I'm just trying to work through it so I understand rather than just monkey see monkey do. I got in the pin release tool today and about to head out into the snow to swap the wires. For the record, is pin 1 next to the squared off side or the rounded side of the sensor?

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    Oh, duh, it's written on the connector....

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