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Old 17 Jul 2011, 05:52 pm
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Default Codes po116 and po118

Just got the car all put back together. I just in a new Timing belt, Idler, Tensor, and Water pump. I have bleed out the system to the point I am getting no more air in the tube. The Fan comes on as soon as the car starts. It also appears the temp gauge isn't working. The engine isn't doesn't seem to be getting hot. I did disconnect the ECT during the work, so I would not have to worry about it getting crimped or broke during the work I did. But I also hooked it back up. The car starts, idles, and runs fine. Turn the key through the window and fires right up. I put about 5 to 7 miles on it and had it up to about 45. No missing nothing. I am going to try and get to the ECT in the mourning. I can't find any how to's on this.I am thinking about pulling the head light. Just no room with the AC lines. Can any body give me some idea's. Also I did unhook the battery 3 times during bleeding the radiator. It doesn't want to clear the codes?? Sorry that should be code p0016 and p0118

Last edited by Shotgun33; 17 Jul 2011 at 07:41 pm. Reason: wrong code
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