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Cooling light where the cooling sensor or switch is located for a 1999 pontiac montana. I had filled up the cooling container and still lights up the warnning light on my dashboard. please help Thanks

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Looking at the location, it should be by the thermostat housing.....this is a pic of what it looks like.....and you can sort of make out the thermostat housing area also:

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Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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    Greg Bernett Jul 21, 2009

    This is the picture of the coolant temperature sensor. Not the switch/sensor the other poster is talking about.

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Smack the side of the coolan resevoir a couple tiomes the sensor is stuck at the bottom if it does not come up may need to replace resevoir

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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