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Hello all,

I've just got a pre-owned 2005 convertible GL beetle, and the CEL has shown up. It has been read as code P0118, Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor High Voltage. From the forum, I've found something regarding this issue, and I bought a new sensor and replaced by myself, but the CEL is still there.

Please help me if you have the same problems before, or just leave some comments.

Thanks so much,
Vincent
 

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Did you clear the code after replacing the part? It won't go out right away even after the issue is fixed. It will take awhile if you don't have a code reader to clear it.
 

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Did you clear the code after replacing the part? It won't go out right away even after the issue is fixed. It will take awhile if you don't have a code reader to clear it.
I didn't do that, can the code readers in Autozone be functioning like that? or what else could I do for reset that? Thanks so much! I had thought it might be some other problems which included in the same code. Really annoying
 

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same thing with me, autozone, P0118. Bought the new GREEN part, installed, back to autozone to clear the code, working great! FREE at Autozone. Anytime I get that dreaded check engine light, I go to my autozone, they do a scan, i research here, do what is suggested, go to autozone and have them clear the code. I have gotten 3 codes since I have purchased, and I have saved money by having autozone do the code reading and then the clearing
 
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