Question about Lexus LS 400
The low coolant sensor could be stuck...this is located sometimes in the bottom of the overflow tank...(a light tap can sometimes correct) or some are located on the radiator...follow the electrical lead...as long as coolant is circulating properly...this is probably the culprit...if the sensor is on the radiator...a light tap applies too...you can disconnect periodically as this sometimes can correct...Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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