Fill your coolant to the level that it should be at. If it still comes on when the coolant is at its proper area, then it is an improper sensor. You will need to have it replaced immediately to reset the sensor.
There is no way to reset the light. If the light is on, then either the coolant is low, the float is stuck or the sensor is bad.
there is no reset you have replace the low coolant sensor and flush cooling system and use dexcool coolant.
It should reset itself when the coolant is back to the appropriate level as long as the sensor is working properly. If you look in the overflow reservoir and can see coolant, the sensor or wiring might be the problem.
its useful to add fluid to the radiator and itll reset itself ,,,,,,,,, check coolant temp sensor.
problem with the coolant sensor check the connection on the sensor reset your OBD I code if that don't work replace the coolant sensor
you may need to replace the sensor for the coolant, there should be a wire connected to it.
you don't, replace the sensor as it's bad.
If the low coolant message is on and you are certain that the coolant level is up, then you probably have a faulty sensor or sensor connector. The low coolant indicator should turn itself off as soon as the coolant is filled.
usually when you add coolant light goes off Coolant sensor bad?
If coolant level is correct--sensor may be bad If coolant level is correct--sensor may be bad
There are two separate sensors that play here. the "coolant temperature sensor" and "coolant LEVEL sensor". I suggest confirming which of these was replaced, as it is very common for them to be confused. likely you will find the coolant sensor that was replaced was the one on the engine (temperature); The LEVEL sensor is mounted either in the coolant resivoir or in the radiator. Probably just need the proper sensor replaced.
There is no reset button or wsitch Check overflow tank under the hood and if low add coolant. If the coolant level is ok it may be the sensor on the bottom of tank is dirty with sluge. This sensor is the one which gives the low coolant indication. Remove tank and flush it out several times with clean water and re-install, refill tank with coolant to proper level.AnswerIt should go off when you fill up the coolant. If not, you may have a bad sensor, or possibly need to have it reset. Autozone can reset the diagnostic controller (DBM-II) for free while you wait. Hopefully there is no bigger problem that that. Answera. add more coolant b. if the light remains on, check the low coolant sensor and the connector that goes to it. It's usually on the side of the radiator or the bottom of the overflow tank.AnswerNo, there isn't a "reset" function for the low coolant level. The sensor (acts as a switch) will shut off the low coolant level warning light on the instrument cluster once you've filled up the coolant reservoir to the proper level. The coolant level sensor for this vehicle is located in the coolant reservoir (NOT THE RADIATOR). Keep in mind however, these sensors do go bad. So, just swap out the sensor? Not on this vehicle; the sensor isn't sold a a separate unit (darn it). You must purchase a new coolant reservoir, which includes a built in sensor. Multiple internet suppliers sell these reservoirs for $70 (including shipping).A correction to someone else's post: no, a diagnostic scanner (OBD-II) will not "reset" this warning light. So don't impose on Auto Zone on this one.
You will need to fix the sensor or the wiring to it.
By adding coolant to the overflow reservoir, if it does not turn off when at the proper level the sensor is most likely faulty.
Low on Coolant Defective sensor? Sensor not connected when radiator installed? If none of these are true try disconnecting battery for 10 mins. to see if this resets sensor
Simply fill the reservoir if it does not turn off you may need to replace the sensor that goes in it!
Refill the reservoir with coolant and the light should go out unless the switch is broken. Where is the temperature sensor for motor? one for computer
Unplug the coolant sesor for a day or so. This will allow the sensor to reset itself (sensor is prone to sticking).
once the tank is filled the message goes out if not u might have a faulty level sensor or a elect fault theres no reset
Reset the light by cycling the key from the on position to the off position and back to the on position. If, however, the sensor still reports a low coolant level your light will come back on immediately. It is a good idea to first verify that the coolant tank is full and then gently tap the bottle with a screwdriver handle or similar object to free up stuck sensor. If the sensor is badly stuck it may be necessary to replace the tank. It is very common for the sensor to become stuck after coolant contamination by oil or from normal supplemental sealer additive being incorrectly installed.
An Oxygen sensor does not reset. You have to replace them and yes they are expensive.
The coolant temp sensor wire comes from the firewall area. An easy way to make the temp sensor work if you can not find it is to connect the sensor directly to the battery. The sensor uses wireless technology to send its data. It might take an hour or more of driving for the sensor to reset before it starts sending data to the computer. .
you can't reset it, fill your coolant up full, both rad and overflow. the light will go out. if it is still on when everything is full, then your coolant sensor is broken or unplugged. if you light goes off then comes on again and your coolant is low, then you have a leak. if you have a 3400 engine in your lumina common leaks are intake gaskets, waterpumps, and head gaskets.