Originally Posted by adamcardona17
The engine has not been overheating, but runs like it did before I changed out the COP's and plugs. It started doing that after the engine warms up, which makes some sense. I am the guy that threw his #3 plug, and I thought it was related to that, but I may have yanked a wire when the cop popped out. I am in the process of cleaning the throttle body right now, so I will check that when I finish. Thanks again, guys.
It doesn't have to be overheating for that sensor to go south..lol - That's what codes are for - to point you in the right direction ...Don't just ignore it
.. The whole system relies on that sensor , heavily.. Make sure everything is cool with that first.. A couple model years before yours . These motors had TWO sensors reporting back to the PCM . Your model relies just on the CHT for that info.. If it's not right
Yea , just check it - I mean , you did get the code and it sounds like it could be a limp mode cineriel to me..