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Author Topic: temp gauge error and ac is blowing hot air  (Read 7412 times)

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Offline pocketcthulhu

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Re: temp gauge error and ac is blowing hot air
« Reply #25 on: July 13, 2010, 05:48:43 PM »
so, i got the new tcm installed last thursday along with a new armrest (it started cracking).
friday i went on a 150 mile round trip to look at getting a honda fury and she did fine the entire trip-i should say better than fine, the tranny seemed more responsive when i squished the peddle (placebo effect from the new tcm?)

the fun part is the check engine light came on when i was nearly home yesterday, onstar said it was a tcm-ecm error dealing with the power train and i should get the dealership asap, i did check for the --- error and the ac, and both were fine so new problem or new symptom of the old problem....

Back to the dealer i go.

Offline Aggie76

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Re: temp gauge error and ac is blowing hot air
« Reply #26 on: December 26, 2019, 11:55:33 AM »
My 2.4l Solstice exhibited this same intermittent issue, and I decided to try the easy/economical temp sensor replacement. 10 minutes and $20 solved my issue completely.

Regards, Alan


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