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Is there a sensor for the coolan,I keep on getting low cooland level but it is ok at the radiator

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Yes there is a sensor located in the coolant tank.It should be located at the bottom of the tank,on the left side.Look for a plug in with two wires to help you locate the sensor.
The sensor cost's around $8 to $10 to replace it.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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Yes the sesor is in the radiator side tank, they are real junk, nothing but problems with false indications of low coolant

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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