Question about Pontiac Grand Am
This is a coolant level warning light,and lets you know when the colant level is low,If you added fluid to the radiator and the coolant reservior and the light on then there is a fault with the senor its self.
the sensor will be located ether on the coolant reservior or the side of the radiator.
Check the side of the reservior to se if there is a sensor with some wires going to it,if so try unpluging the sensor and see if the light gos out,If its not there it will be on the end of one side of the radiator tank,it will be a 2inch square box with some wires going to it,Fallow the same thing- unplug wires and see if light gos out.
If the light gos out you will need to replace the sensor,or just leave unpluged and keep a watch on the coolant level.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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