Re: Check Engine Light (P0128) - Coolant Thermostat
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Just shy of 75,000 on my 2007.
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What about the code P0126 (Insufficient Coolant Temperature for Stable Operation). Has anyone experienced this code?
I got this code myself after going down a 2-3 mile grade, but it reset itself after a couple of days of driving. I suspect the relatively long period of driving downhill, coupled with the high 30s outside air temperatures probably dropped the engine temp lower than what the computer expects, thus tripping the code. I had no driveability issues, engine warmed up normally on subsequent cold starts, and mileage was unaffected while the CEL was lit.
How many miles do you have?
A ok, thanks man, I am at 40,500miles so I have time.
FYI: The hotter climates seem to cause the thermostat to die faster. My Milan 2.3L started to act up in the 40,000 mile range and my daughter’s started in the 50,000 mile range. She is in AZ and I am in Central CA.
Damn.... I hope not yet.
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