2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Q&A
2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Question: Low Coolant Sensor
There is a Chevy Service Bulletin about this problem # 04060207 regarding the use of non approved cooling system additives or the possibility of oil in the cooling system being the cause of the problem. I don't have a location for the switch, It has to be in the coolant reservoir or radiator but the color of the wires on the switch are black/white and the second wire is yellow/black. - patrick mannion
I had to clean out my sensor due to oil in my coolant, which i am still having problems with occasionally. its located on the passanger side of the rad, about half way down. when you pull it out, plug the hole with something right away.. you'll lose lots of coolant. - Leuschen86
95 mercury cougar 3.8 where is the low coolent sensor located - Visitor
but keeps flashing low coolant
ok the car keeps overheating dash says low cooling level fans wont come on what do i do
The cooling fans do not turn on. I have replaced the Fan relays, ECT sensor, as well as checked the fans themself using direct power. The only way I can get the fan to come on is by disconnecting t...
I have replaced the plastic intake manifold years ago and the sensor a couple years ago. We replaced the thermostat and a coolant temperature sensor a couple weeks ago. Now it is running sluggis...
My coolant reservoir has coolant in it but my coolant light stays on