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      12-01-2012, 05:48 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Efthreeoh View Post
This is backwards. The T-stat will throw a code and will illuminate the SES light, so you will know when it goes bad. But "going bad" only means the heating element has failed in it, the t-stat will still operate properly. The only way to "keep an eye" on the waterpump is to scan the ECU for shadow codes that indicate a slow waterpump speed, which do not illuminate the SES. Once you find the code for a slow waterpump it means the pump is on the way out.
Thanks for the correction!
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