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Mazda 3 Check Engine Light P0126 & P0128

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The two codes from the check engine light are: P0126 & P0128
 
Here is what I found according to my research:
 
P0126 is either replace coolant temperature sensor or replace the thermostat. According to my research, the issue that 99% of the people who had from this code was that they needed to replace the thermostat. Once that was replacedreplaced, 99% of the people said that the light turned off and that they did notice a difference as to hownoticed the car ran better than it did before. Some people said that itsthe repair is about a $100 including(including the parts and laborlabor) and that no one should pay over $200. People said that they were even able to replace it themselves (if you can get under the car). The thermostat part is:is LF7015170. I looked it up online from a Mazda parts dealer and itsit's about $45-$50 depending on which parts dealer you buy it from. I'm sure I could even find it on ebayeBay for cheap too.
P0126 is either replace coolant temperature sensor or replace the thermostat. According to my research, the issue that 99% of the people who had from this code was that they needed to replace the thermostat. Once that was replacedreplaced, 99% of the people said that the light turned off and that they did notice a difference as to hownoticed the car ran better than it did before. Some people said that itsthe repair is about a $100 including(including the parts and laborlabor) and that no one should pay over $200. People said that they were even able to replace it themselves (if you can get under the car). The thermostat part is:is LF7015170. I looked it up online from a Mazda parts dealer and itsit's about $45-$50 depending on which parts dealer you buy it from. I'm sure I could even find it on ebayeBay for cheap too.
 
P0128 indicates that the computer is detecting that the engine is not reaching operating temperature within a reasonable time after startup. I am guessing that this relates to the issue with the thermostat?thermostat, but i'mI'm not 100% sure.
P0128 indicates that the computer is detecting that the engine is not reaching operating temperature within a reasonable time after startup. I am guessing that this relates to the issue with the thermostat?thermostat, but i'mI'm not 100% sure.
 
CAN ANYONE GIVE ME MORE ADVICE/INFORMATION AS TO WHAT I SHOULD DO? HOW MUCH IT WILL COST?

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2004-2009 Mazda 3

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Bearbeitet von: mayer (Bewertungsdetails) ,

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Mazda 3 Check Engine Light P0126 & P0128

Text:

The two codes from the check engine light are: P0126 & P0128

Here is what I found according to my research:

P0126 is either replace coolant temperature sensor or replace the thermostat. According to my research, the issue that 99% of people had from this code was that they needed to replace the thermostat. Once that was replaced 99% of the people said that the light turned off and that they did notice a difference as to how the car ran better than it did before. Some people said that its about a $100 including the parts and labor and no one should pay over $200. People said that they were even able to replace it themselves (if you can get under the car). The thermostat part is: LF7015170. I looked it up online from a Mazda parts dealer and its about $45-$50 depending on which parts dealer you buy it from. I'm sure I could even find it on ebay for cheap too.

P0128 indicates that the computer is detecting that the engine is not reaching operating temperature within a reasonable time after startup. I am guessing that this relates to the issue with the thermostat?, but i'm not 100% sure.

CAN ANYONE GIVE ME MORE ADVICE/INFORMATION AS TO WHAT I SHOULD DO? HOW MUCH IT WILL COST?

Gerät:

2004-2009 Mazda 3

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open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

105706

Bearbeitet von: Ingrid ,

Titel:

Mazda 3 Check Engine Light P0126 & P0128

Text:

The two codes from the check engine light are: P0126 & P0128

Here is what I found according to my research:

P0126 is either replace coolant temperature sensor or replace the thermostat. According to my research, the issue that 99% of people had from this code was that they needed to replace the thermostat. Once that was replaced 99% of the people said that the light turned off and that they did notice a difference as to how the car ran better than it did before. Some people said that its about a $100 including the parts and labor and no one should pay over $200. People said that they were even able to replace it themselves (if you can get under the car). The thermostat part is: LF7015170. I looked it up online from a Mazda parts dealer and its about $45-$50 depending on which parts dealer you buy it from. I'm sure I could even find it on ebay for cheap too.

P0128 indicates that the computer is detecting that the engine is not reaching operating temperature within a reasonable time after startup. I am guessing that this relates to the issue with the thermostat?, but i'm not 100% sure.

CAN ANYONE GIVE ME MORE ADVICE/INFORMATION AS TO WHAT I SHOULD DO? HOW MUCH IT WILL COST?

Gerät:

Vehicle2004-2009 Mazda 3
Vehicle2004-2009 Mazda 3

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open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Ingrid ,

Titel:

Mazda 3 Check Engine Light P0126 & P0128

Text:

The two codes from the check engine light are: P0126 & P0128

Here is what I found according to my research:

P0126 is either replace coolant temperature sensor or replace the thermostat. According to my research, the issue that 99% of people had from this code was that they needed to replace the thermostat. Once that was replaced 99% of the people said that the light turned off and that they did notice a difference as to how the car ran better than it did before. Some people said that its about a $100 including the parts and labor and no one should pay over $200. People said that they were even able to replace it themselves (if you can get under the car). The thermostat part is: LF7015170. I looked it up online from a Mazda parts dealer and its about $45-$50 depending on which parts dealer you buy it from. I'm sure I could even find it on ebay for cheap too.

P0128 indicates that the computer is detecting that the engine is not reaching operating temperature within a reasonable time after startup. I am guessing that this relates to the issue with the thermostat?, but i'm not 100% sure.

CAN ANYONE GIVE ME MORE ADVICE/INFORMATION AS TO WHAT I SHOULD DO? HOW MUCH IT WILL COST?

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Vehicle

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open