Coolant Light on 1994 Oldsmobile 98

I have made sure there is no air in the hose. The radiator and coolant tank fluid is where it is suppose to be. I have no wiring harness in front of the intake manifold. The low coolant light still comes on. Is there any thing that I can do.

by in Denver, CO on August 08, 2009
1 answer 4 comments
ANSWER by on November 04, 2009
Hi, sorry to see you didn't get any help with this, did you find a solution? Is there a sensor in the reservoir?
COMMENT by on November 09, 2009
I didn't see a sensor in the reservoir. The sensor that I bought and was connected to the radiator.
COMMENT by on November 09, 2009
Did the light go out after replacing the sensor?
COMMENT by on November 09, 2009
No the light keeps coming on soon after you start up the car.
COMMENT by on November 10, 2009
I've looked at the little info I have on this vehicle and I don't have the wiring schematic for the coolant level light. Without that, I can't do much, do you have a wiring diagram for the car?
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