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Coolant resevoir

Post by ARMY_MP_From_MO on 5/15/2008, 18:36

If you've got a low coolant warning light thas is on, you've checked your coolant level and it looks ok, then you probably need to replace your sensor. Unfortunately, to replace the sensor, you have to replace the whole coolant resevoir because that sensor is build into the resevoir. http://www.gmpartsdirect.com $44.37.
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Post by Myagemo on 5/25/2008, 21:19

I had this problem, waited for the water to cool took the top off the tank, "twiddled about" with the sensor in the bottom of the tank with a specialist tool (my finger) and to my amazement it now works Cheap fix !!!
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Post by ARMY_MP_From_MO on 5/25/2008, 21:32

You got lucky. Mine was shot.
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