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Last Updated on November 4, 2022 by SogouAuto

climbs up gradually. When it reaches approximately two-thirds of the way up, it levels off and stays there until the engine is turned off. If the needle is climbing higher than two-thirds of the way up, there could be an issue with the engine temperature sensor or the cooling system itself. Another possibility is that the engine is overheating due to a lack of coolant.


If the check engine light is on, that’s usually an indication that something is wrong with the emissions system. It could be something as simple as a loose gas cap or a faulty oxygen sensor. However, it could also be something more serious, like a catalytic converter issue. The best way to diagnose a problem with the emissions system is to take the car to a certified mechanic who can hook it up to a diagnostic machine.


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