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P0118 Diagnostic Trouble Code Discussion for June 2010

ECT Sensor Circuit High Voltage

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Trouble Ticket Help Requests for DTC P0118
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1999 Audi A4 Quattro 1.8L Poor Idle Quality, Hesitation, MIL Lamp on VIN: WAUCB28D4X
P0118: Engine coolant temp sensor high input. This audi was brought to me with an imtermittent rough idle and poor acceleration problem with the electrical consumers on when hot. Drove the car with the ac, radio and lights on and experienced the problem. At that time had only rich p1127 code in ecu. Had d...
June 01, 2010
1994 Oldsmobile 98 Regency 3.8L No Start, Cuts out, Stall VIN: 1G3CX52L0R
P0118: Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor High. This vehicle was brought to us after customer purchasing vehicle and driving it for only a few days. Shortly after a fill up, they began to experience a extremly rough running engine then stalling, hard starts and no starts. Customer and I thought it may be wa...
June 01, 2010
2003 Volkswagen Beetle GLS 1.9L Poor Idle Quality, Surge VIN: 3VWCP21C33
P0118: Coolant temp sensor circut high. This car came in for a routine timting belt replacement.at that time the car had 2 codes in computer.PO118,PO128. customer declined repairs at that time. 7-10 days later the car retured idling very poorly and still had coolant temp codes.replaced coolant temp ...
June 03, 2010
2001 Chrysler Town & Country LX 3.3L No Start, Stall, PCM failure VIN: 2C4GP44341
P0118: Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Circuit High Voltage. This van came to me first in April. It would not run. It had codes PO 117, 107 and 122. While testing it I found there was no 5V suppy from the PCM. I tested the harness and sensors and could find no problem. I replace the PCM. The van ran great for 2 months. ...
June 28, 2010