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Old 04-02-2016, 04:21 PM   #1
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While on my research for another problem I stumbled upon this:

It's a TSB on intermittent MIL/CEL for P0116, P0128, and P2097

I got these codes for about a year before I changed my Thermostat and my coolant temperature sensor. After I changed those the MIL went away and I did realize the old thermostat was shot either way.

So those of you with less than 80K might benefit to bring in your car and see if you can get the updated flash as it is covered under the 8 year 80K emission controller warranty (as stated).

Print it out and bring it to your dealer and they should do the TSB for you.

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