4 Cylinder engines, with a hard starting condition when cold and illumination of the Check Engine Light may have corrosion build up on the engine coolant temperature sensor. Our technicians tell us that the coolant sensor and pigtail should be replaced to correct this issue.
Corrosion at Coolant Temperature Sensor on Dodge Shadow
Average mileage: 117,000 (117,000–117,000)
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1994 Dodge Shadow 117,000 mi, Visitor
Radiator cooling fan not coming on until engine is very hot and check engine light on. Replaced coolant temp sensor.