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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Low Coolant Light Staying on
This car has sensors on it. If the coolant tank is full and the system is working properly, then one of the sensors is bad.
Have the cooling system presure tested to make sure you have no leaks. If test is good, then look to the sensors.
GM has different systems for each car depending on configuration, so it is hard to point to the one that may be bad.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
You're mixing coolant and oil. Probably lower
intake gasket leak if you're not running hot, otherwise could be head
gasket or other issue. Occasionally a cracked core in the radiator will do this too.
You need to have it taken care of, if you have oil in the coolant, you've also got coolant in your oil, the engine will begin to eat itself...
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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