P1117 CHEVROLET code

What is P1117?

Other Manufacturer Specific Definitions for P1117

Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Intermittent (Ford) Engine Coolant Temperature Signal Out-Of-Range Low (GM)

How do you fix engine code P0117?

What repairs can fix the P0117 code?

  1. Resetting the fault codes and perform a road test.
  2. Repairing or replacing the ECT connector.
  3. Repairing or replacing the wiring as necessary.
  4. Replacing the ECT with a new sensor.

Can I drive with P0117?

Diagnosis: This trouble code will put your vehicle into a failsafe mode, which may cause your car’s engine to hesitate and run rough. Other characteristics of the failsafe mode may include lowered fuel economy, increased emissions, and other driving inconveniences.

Can I drive with a P0117 code?

P0117 can put the vehicle in a failsafe mode, which causes the car to be relegated to a certain speed and/or gear range. Address the issue immediately. Stop driving the vehicle and go to a shop as soon as the code registers or a combination of its symptoms appear.

Can low coolant cause P0117?

The Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor converts the coolant temperature into a voltage that is high when the engine is cold and low as the engine warms up. Code P0117 indicates a low voltage input from the Coolant Temperature Circuit to the PCM.

How much does it cost to replace a coolant temperature sensor?

The average price for an engine temperature sensor replacement is between $150 and $193. Labor costs are between $82 and $105 while parts are between $66 and $88. Taxes and fees aren’t included in the estimate.

What are the symptoms of a faulty temperature sensor?

Following are the most common symptoms of a bad coolant temp sensor:

  • Check Engine Light.
  • Engine Overheating.
  • Poor Fuel Economy.
  • Poor Engine Performance.
  • Broken Water Pump.
  • Control of Cooling Fan.
  • Black Smoke From Exhaust Pipe.