SENSOR ON RADIATOR

Asked by Sep 09, 2016 at 01:44 PM about the 2002 Buick Century Limited Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

REPLACED RADIATOR THE OLD RADIATOR HAD A SENSOR TO SUGGEST THE COOLANT WAS LOW HOWEVER THE NEW RADIATOR DOES HAVE A SENSOR AT ALL IS THAT OK OR DO I NEED THE SENSOR TO BE PLUGGED IN OR TO GET THE CAR TO START

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960

You can put it together with out it. It just that your low coolant light always be on them. I would take the radiator back and get the correct one to do the job right the first time

1,295

Agree with Up. It's best to do it right the first time. Good luck :-)

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