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Originally Posted by scotav e46
Thanks again for reply zibby visted my nearest dealer 3 weeks ago had health check carried out apart from a couple ropey tyres!and one washer jet not working all is well.Could a faulty temp sensor go unoticed in diagnostic check - my mate who is a mechanic suggested this sensor is a possibility too?
recently i have had thermostat changed (twice!!) which was faulty could this have any bearing on the problem?
Originally Posted by zibby
Absolutelly ! Faulty temp. sensor usually wil not trigger any codes, in most cases engine will run unstable till reach operating temperature.It is not expensive item-worth to try...
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