coughy wrote:did you get the overheating campain done??
as this was spose to have a temp setting in there to throw a code
but if no water then the sensor cant trigger the ecu mmmmmm
Yes campaign was done. As mentioned previously before this the motor sat on 88 degrees all day everyday. Post campaign it went up to 95 degrees operating temp. Coincidental or not I never had any issues until this work was done.
I'm not sure how it works but you could monitor the temp via OBD2 in real time so there must be a signal getting to the ECU. What I asked the dealers and could never get an answer too was at what temp was this code and go to limp mode set at?
In my experience it must have been above 130 degrees at least.
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