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I have changed the sensor the stat and the fan and my 95 grand am quad 4 still says collant low but no water in oil and i am not sure what next step is anyone know what should be next

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These sensors are the subject of many technical service bulletins (TSB's), they give false coolant low readings, there is a new sensor avail that they say works better and is less prone to this false trouble signal of low coolant, contact your local dealer.

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