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Unread 05-18-2015, 03:04 AM   #1
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Default Exhaust Temperature Warning Light always showing red!

Hey guys. Actually it is a Daihatsu Ascend 1.6 Auto. The problem is that the Exhaust Temperature Warning Light is always showing in red, no blinking. This happen for the first time.

The problem began yesterday morning, I drove the car to hiking hill. The car shows no problem. After I done Hill Hiking that was about 3 hours. The car is surely been cooled off right. I started the engine and drove a walking distance only the problem came. The Exhaust Temperature Warning Light is red. The car can still drive but I just drive it slowly. I don't know what's the problem. And today, I started the engine and the light is still red. Only that light. My uncle is a Technician and still can't find out what's the problem.

So what is the problem guys. The Temperature of the coolant are normal, RPM are normal. If the engine is hot, then the temperature of coolant must be high too but it is normal.

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Have you checked the water level of the radiator and does it have enough coolant?
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