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Old 02-09-2008
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p1116 code

My 2000 ford ranger 4x4 is throwing a p1116 code wich is susposed to be engine temp are to cold. I was wondering if I put a higer temp thermostat would that fix the problem, instead of replacing the engine coolant sensor thanks for the help.
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why not change the ECT sensor, it takes 5 minutes?

my ECT was bad but i did not have a cel or code on it.

the truck would hesitate for the first 5 minutes of driving when i hit about 1800 rpms.

i read an article online about my symptom and changed it anyways without the cel and problem fixed.
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