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I fixed leak in hose from waterpump to intake, but low coolant light still on?

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Add coolant or you have a bad coolant sensor

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SOURCE: i replaced the water pump on the 2002 buick regal,

there is a plastic black elbow that should be replaced with the h20 pump. goes in the bottom of the intake

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