Question about 2000 Buick Regal LS
Posted by Anonymous on
There is a sensor below the top radiator hose. First check the fuses. It is also a low coolant sensor. You can replace the sensor with an open end wrench. have to new sensor ready and out of the box. unplug the sensor and then unscrew it. Coolant well start to come out if your quick as I am, You will have the new one in before you loose a pint or two then top off your coolant.
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