EML P0125 - Solution?

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ChrisR1984
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EML P0125 - Solution?

Post by ChrisR1984 » 19/10/09 18:34

Hi guys, i got a P0125 (Insufficient Coolant Temperature for Closed Loop Fuel Control) i'm assuming its because i put too much water in the coolant tank...

i cleared it last night, took it for a drive and seemed fine but it came back on this morning.




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Re: EML P0125 - Solution?

Post by ChrisR1984 » 20/10/09 17:44

it was the coolant which had too much liquid in it, but i noticed that i now get a P0155 error code..

any ideas as to the cause of this one?

(i just took out the pre-cats)

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Re: EML P0125 - Solution?

Post by ZZW30 » 20/10/09 18:37

http://www.obd-codes.com/p0155

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Re: EML P0125 - Solution?

Post by ChrisR1984 » 06/11/09 0:10

i managed to fix it, it wasnt plugged in propperly lol :laughing


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Re: EML P0125 - Solution?

Post by bret whitcombe » 16/09/19 21:23

Hi all,

This is a long shot, as this thread is so old. I have the P0125 error, but my coolant level is fine, in fact it’s just below the Max line. Car drives like a dream, but not sure what to check now and don’t want to cause any damage.

Anyone have any ideas? TIA

Bret

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