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ect and eot deltas way out of wack

i changed my eot sensor after i bought a sct dash scan and saw that my temps where way out so thought the sensor was bad new sensor didnt change a thing would like any help in trying to find the problem just need a starting point and if the pcm might be causing this
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Define "way out of whack." Actual readings?
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eot 20 degrees cold and 59 degrees hot and ect 195 to 220 that in mo opinion is way out
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eot 20 degrees cold and 59 degrees hot and ect 195 to 220 that in mo opinion is way out
Yep. That does meet the description of "way out" to me too.

Sorry I can't be of more help, but when it comes to strange electrical happenings, I am admittedly incompetent.
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