Neither Water manifold NOR intake manifold replaced...computer diagnostics shows errors but not solution...I can discuss manifold idea with my mech. BUT I don't know that this is the answer. Will there be physical evidence of manifold error IF that is the problem?
I did not "accept" answer til I speak with my mechanic
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Please understand that overheating is not occuring...I turn off engine when condition occurs and immediately restart it and ALL IS WELL (according to the gauges, any how)...help???
I will and thank you very much...I will get back to you.
My mechanic disagrees...he says the problem MUST be electrical and he is pursueing a solution on that premise...reason: if it were the manifold, the problem would come back immediately upon cycling ignition. Will let you know.
My engine is a 2004, not a 2005-2007 brand. The Factory tech-rep has verivied, in a tele. call this AM (set up by me yesterday evening), that "with the sensor already replaced and a continuation of the symptom on this configuration, the next step is to replace the PCM onboard...should the symptom further persist, then the next step is to troubleshoot for a short between the computer and the engine".