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As I said, overheats can be life-threatening to your engine, so don't ignore them. With a little time, patience, perhaps some special tools, and old-fashioned observation, you can usually track down the source of the problem. Just take your time and don't ignore the evidence.

I hope this information was useful to you.  If you didn't find what you were looking for, type in a few key words into the search at the bottom of the page.  You can even type in specific check engine light codes.  In addition to the code meaning you may find articles and forum posts that pertain to that code.  If nothing comes up for your issue, sign up for our forum and ask your question there. We'll be happy to help if we can.  It's free, all you need is a valid email address.  Just be sure to respond to the conformation email to complete your registration.  If you don't see the conformation email, check your spam or bulk folder, it might have gotten stuck there.


Good luck.

Stay Dirty!

ETCG

Written By EricTheCarGuy
Edited By Julie Hucke

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