Q: Engine code after repair

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I'm getting the code for the coolant thermostat sensor. It was replaced within the last year. New thermostat sensor housing. The light came on now and the fan in front of the radiator is running high and loud most of the time. It is not overheating at all to my knowledge I drove it about 4 1/2 hours from where I purchased it and the temp stayed dead center. I drove about 85 in 6th gear most of the way. I was told to get the whole housing again but do not want to do so if there could be a different problem

My car has 139300 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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