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Rather than reprogram the ECU to ignore the sensor (which could then cause problems in the event there was a problem with your engine oil), why not simply replace the sensor. I'm sure it will be an inexpensive part when compared to the potential damage running with an unreported oil fault could cause. Also, as you say you've checked and replaced the sensor ...


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An ECU is an engine control unit. A PCM is a power train control module. They are the same thing. Automakers love alphabet soup. I would start my investigation at the coolant temperature sensor. A CTS normally reads -40 when it's unplugged or there is something wrong with the connector or wiring like an open or corroded/deformed pin. A simple way to check ...



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