Warm-Up Cycle

- By AutoCodes.com - Updated May 25, 2022
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What Warm-Up Cycle Means:

The PCM uses warm-up cycles instead of key cycles to clear DTCs. A Warm-Up Cycle is achieved when the engine coolant temperature rises at least 22° C (40° F) from start-up and achieves a minimum temperature of 71° C (160° F).