does a sensor come on the radiators of a 2002 pontiac grand prix
If you are referring to the coolant level sensor .. Nope... I just bought a new one (Radiator) last week at such a deal for $50 bucks ... That ain't bad for a brand new radiator.. That level sensor is a royal PITA because if your coolant gets a little bit old it starts the blink,blink ... I put a resistor across it and rely on the temp gauge
But if you want to transfer the old sensor to the new radiator make sure that the hole is open. Some radiators have the provision for the sensor but the hole is closed and must be carefully drilled out. If not the sensor will be dry and the light (low coolant) on the dash will stay on. One other thing. That light may stay on for a few days after the radiator is replaced with the sensor hooked up. That's normal. There was a GM service bulletin issued about this. HTH. -Jim
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