Question about 1993 Chevrolet Beretta
My car has a short plug that isn't plugged up to anything and It's leaking coolant from the very front of my car and I just got the powersteering replaced and a new belt, could a hose have come unplugged, or is it possibly the short plug does something to keep the stuff runnin through there? Help!!!
It sounds like you're describing the temperature sending unit. A connector should be attached to it but if it's leaking it needs to be replaced. if your engine temp guage/light is not working that's a good indication. I think you are being distracted by the power steering work, it has nothing to do with the cooling system...unless the sensor was smacked by something and broken. Remove the plug and replace it, those engines do not survive overheating very well. Your parts store should be able to identify a suitable replacement if you take the old plug in. Good luck!
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