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Old 05-03-2008, 03:20 PM
sprky296 sprky296 is offline
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Originally Posted by fun2drive View Post
You were smart to get those items replaced and also a lot of times the coolant low sensor gets some gunk on it and cleaning it will allow it to function 50% of the time and other times it is just dead...
Stupid question coming here, but I am pretty inexperienced at car repairs. Where is the coolant low sensor, and how can I go about cleaning it?
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