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The check engine light came on this morning and with my OBD2 reader it came up as coolant temperature sensor fault.

Googled it and quite a few of the guides are saying change the thermostat or the sensor.

Which part do i require? Looked at neobros etc but im none the wiser.

Thanks in advance :thumbsup:
 

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If your thermostat was working ok, I mean temperature gauge needle always in the middle when engine warm, then changing just the sensor should be sufficient. That sensor is the only electronic part that in the thermostat housing, so the only part that could give an error. However new thermostats come with sensor already, but there is more work involved in changing it.
 

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if the gauge isn't sitting in the middle of the gauge then it's your stat that has failed not the sensor..
 
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