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My suggestion is to look at the throttle body, specifically at the throttle position sensor (TPS). You need to see if it has the right output. You can either do this by looking directly at the computer (through an OBDII device), or by measuring the output at the TPS itself using a multimeter. In either case you'd be looking to ensure there is a clean sweep ...


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As jwh20 stated in comments, the ambient air temp sensor is for the outside and has absolutely nothing to do with the engine coolant. From your description, you've not indicated anything which shows the vehicle is overheating. Your description leads me to believe you are worrying about something which doesn't exist. The vehicle is most likely running as ...


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