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Old 02-02-18, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default Temperature Sensor Shorting

Hi guys,

I have a 2010 207 Sportium. It has started telling me that I have an engine temperature fault (overheating), but I get this message when I first start the car in the morning. Everything tells me it's not overheating (the water is still cold, I get the message when the engine is cold). A mechanic has done a diagnostic and tells me I have a "short". I've found the temperature sensor but am not sure how to remove it to determine the part number, to see if it is the source of the fault, to replace it. I'd like to remove the part, see what the part number is, see if it's the offending part, replace it if necessary. I just want to know how to remove the cable connection so I can isolate the sensor and see if I still get the 'high temp warning' without it, suggesting sensor itself is giving false readings and needs replacing.
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