1996 Chevrolet Monte Carlo



September, 20, 2007 AT 2:37 AM

I keep getting engine coolant light on. I don't have overheating hapening, at least not yet. I have had a new radiator, water pump, sensor, thermostat, serpentine belt and something else I can't remember what, put in and spent 2500 dollars and still the engine coolant light comes on. I changed the anti freeze at the advice of my oil change mechanic and presently don't use dex cool. Bad idea? HELP

1 Answer


Service Writer

September, 20, 2007 AT 3:47 AM

Other than having low coolant, the light will come on if the coolant level sensor is bad. If you had $2500 worth of work to try to solve the low coolant light, then it's time to start looking for an independent shop that is willing to address your concerns.

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