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Old 29 Oct 2008, 08:34 pm
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Unhappy error code

We have a '92 Accord that is flashing an error code 6. I replaced the coolant temperature sensor but the error code did not go away.
While replacing, I noticed the coolant was brownish.
The car is now hard to start and will die if you do not rev it a little.

What could be the cause?

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the Haynes book I have says the sensor should test at just over 2k ohms - the old and new did not give a reading. The book also said the input voltage about 5V - meter read 7v and with the ignition on 11V.

Please help.
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