The 2001 Villager washer fluid level sensor is inside of the washer fluid reservoir. The sensor can be access through the bottom of the washer fluid reservoir.
The "Low Coolant Sensor" on a 1997 Pontiac Montana is located appro 6" below the radiator cap which is on the left as your facing the engine. The sensor measures the fluid level in the radiator itself and is prone to giving false alarms when it gets dirty.
It is in the passenger side coolant tank on the radiator. If the light is on and the coolant is at the proper level then the sensor is defective. To replace it you will have to drain the radiator. Disconnect the wire and remove the clip and remove the sensor.
Take it to the nearest mechanic and fork out about $200... Or for a real answer...the sensor is on the passnger side of the radiator below the radiator cap. It is black and square and has a single plug at the bottom. It is held onto the radiator by a metal retaining clip. Remove the clip and the sensor pulls out of the radiator. Disconnect the wire by pulling carefully on the plastic lock and pull on the plug. Fluid will leak out to level of sensor. Drain or place catch basin below sensor plug to catch radiator fluid. Sensor can be purchased through a dealer for around $70 US, or Aut*Z*ne for under $40 US. Your choice.
looks like a sensor or thermostat going into engine block
It is the radiator warning light. Usually it indicates low radiator fluid level. I have had this come on when I have had some minor radiator leaks leading to radiator coolant level going down.
If you mean does the transmission fluid level rise, the usual problem is a leak in the trans cooler built in to the radiator. Depending on engine temperature fluid will transfer back and forth between the radiator fluid and the auto trans fluid changing the level and color of both.
Unless your radiator has a leak, the radiator fluid stays in the radiator.
Maybe it's not the radiator. Maybe it is one of the radiator hoses that is leaking. Or possibly the radiator cap or a level sensor.
depends on the container and what type of fluid is being measured
Fill the washer fluid or repair the level sensor in the washer fluid bottle.
That is a low fluid level switch.
If you mean the low coolant sensor, it is located on the radiator about 3-4 inches below the cap, it screws into the back side of the radiator. There is also a low washer fluid sensor located in the top of the winshield washer reservior.
Sounds like you have radiator trouble. Have you checked the fluid level in the radiator?
212 f at sea level in the radiator it is pressurised and is higher than that
Check the level in the overflow bottle. If it is full the level sensor may be bad.
There is a low level sensor in the side of the radiator. They do go bad.
Low brake fluid level or a stuck brake fluid level sensor. Check the brake fluid level and if it is ok, tap on the master cylinder reservoir with your finger
it is the hicky that sits on top of the gas tank
It could be one of several issues: 1. The sensor in the radiator overflow bottle is stuck, disconnected or damaged 2. The actual level of fluid in the radiator itself is low, perhaps caused by a blockage or interruption in the overflow tube that connects the radiator and the overflow bottle 3. The thermostat is stuck in the open or closed position, requiring a replacement of the thermostat First things to check: 1. While the vehicle engine is COLD, check that the level of fluid in the reservoir does not exceed the COLD level. 2. Run the vehicle for 20 to 30 minutes of normal driving, then check the reservoir level. The level of fluid in the reservoir should be raised to the HOT level. 3. Let the engine completely cool for several hours. Check the reservoir level again. It should have dropped back down to the COLD level. If the level in the reservoir does not change between the times the engine is cold and hot, you have a problem with your engine's cooling system. Wait several for the engine to completely cool, then open the radiator cap and verify that the radiator is full of fluid. Check the overflow tube that runs from the radiator neck to the reservoir bottle to ensure that it is free of obstructions.
Check fluid level in the resovior tank. If fluid level is OK, check the level switch. The level switch controls the dash light. If fluid id OK, and you dont want to replace the switch...unplug it.
You have a level sensor or wiring malfunction.
it is in the middle of the radiator resevior
I believe Ford calls it the " brake fluid level sensor "