Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
I have a Z-28 camaro, the low coolant light has been coming on, the cheverolet dealership told me they could not find what was wrong, and would have to take the car apart to resolve this. Ive had the car there three times insisting they fix it, and now they tell me they have no answer. I normally do not use this dealership, but have moved, and it all started when they repaired something minor that had nothing to do with anything that could interfere with the engine. I cant find a leak, im not sure if my overfow jug is full as normal, have put water into it to test out, didnt work. The car first did this while ideling, and the temp gage was almost up to redline. I turned defroster on hot, it is now blowing cool air. A.C works, everything works. Not running rough. No smoke or sputtering. Nothing except the mystery of the temp gage going up, when i move again, the temp goes right back down in less than 5 seconds, the car is not hot. It seems to be getting worse. The dealership mentioned it may be a cracked block, or head gasket, this was when the low coolant light was coming on, and that was the only symptom. I do not think i have a cracked block ,or head gasket. Im wodering if it is a sensor, or the thermostat.
Also, this car has not had any major problems, other than basic wear and tear on the car, no other repairs have been needed. The thing they worked on was my electric motor for my window control, and the low coolant light has been coming on ever since, maybe two different problems?
I have a 95 camaro and it seems after my car overheated a bit and i had to change the waterpump and thermostat that my coolant level sensor will not shut off. same thing car and air and all systems are good but the light stays on. I'd say the new thermostats with the little pressure relief holes on top may be the problem. I just unpluged mine and it works way better. now It doesn't bug me at all. I didn't try a new sensor why bother.
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