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Coolant Indicator Failure

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My 987 has developed an odd fault. When starting from cold, I get a message of "indicator failure" with the coolant symbol next to the message. The coolant warning light continually flashes. The temp needle doesn;t move until the car is up to normal operating temperature then the needle jumps up to it's normal position, the message disappears and the flashing light stops.

I took the car to my local OPC and they said no fault was logged and as they didn't see the message there was nothing they could do. Ah Ha, I thought, as I'd taken a pic with my camera phone and showed this to them. The OPC still refused to look at it. :angry:

Sounds to me like a loose connection or something. Any ideas ?

PS :renntech:

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Thanks Loren.

I don't get it either, I called them up, explained the issue, got booked in. When I turned up, they decided to change tact and asked me to wait 10 minutes so that they could hook my car up to check forlogged faults. When a fault wasn't logged, that's when they said there was nothing they could do. Wasted my time and fuel getting over there.

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