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I’ve been trying to get rid of this fault code for years. I have done lots of resistance/voltage tests and I’ve tried like 3 different PCMs

 

Any and all help is greatly appreciated. 

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27 minutes ago, Dieselfuture said:

I'm sorry I can't help you out, but your twin may have the answer @Me78569

I cant help either, but @Dieselfuture hit the nail on the head about your twin. Maybe he can help.

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4 hours ago, rts.dst said:

I’ve been trying to get rid of this fault code for years. I have done lots of resistance/voltage tests and I’ve tried like 3 different PCMs

 

Any and all help is greatly appreciated. 

What fault code are you seeing and what are the symptoms?

 

BTW, Dieselfuture is head troll, but I try staying pertinent to the subject between pot stirring  of chicken soup for Dripley :stirthepot:

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To the OP. Your subject mentions a 118 code. I dont see that code in data base here. Can you enlighten us to what the problem is?

 

And to @JAG1. I did not know pertinent and wood pecker went together.:tongue:

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Oh yes, it's in the title, '0118 code',,,,, maybe for a gas truck :shrug:

 

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@dripley

i am reading this via cheap Bluetooth scanner at the moment, but I have borrowed expensive scanners from friends and they show the same thing. 
P0118-Engine Coolant Temp sensor 1 circuit voltage too low

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5 minutes ago, Me78569 said:

Does your dash gauge work for collant?


Yes. I even replaced the sensor for the heck of it

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