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Low coolant light comes on

I have a 00 pontiac montana, the low coolant light comes on and will not go off, the van is not overheating. im not sure if it is the thermo or a sensor.

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  • kuntreeboy08 Nov 12, 2008

    which sensor and where at

  • RickandPatty Beckett Oct 05, 2013

    on the side of the radiator passenger side top

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    overheats when im not moving the faster i go the temp drops


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If the van is not overheating and the coolant is full than your sensor is bad

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

  • james lee Nov 12, 2008

    coolant sensor usually mounted in coolant tank


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