Check the coolant reservior for any leak. 1. If there is leak, try to stop the leak by A). go for coolant reservior replacement from dealership or from junk yard used part dealer. B). Stop the leak by putting adequate glue (i.e. glue which could sustain high temp) over the leak area. 2. If there is NO leak, it is probably a bad sensor, a known problem according to the Mazda Parts Dept. Replace the reservoir which includes the coolant sensor. They are sold as one part.
Reservoir light? You mean low coolant light. Low coolant level means the reservoir is low of coolant.
The coolant level sensor in the reservoir is probably at fault.
Add coolant to the reservoir. If the low coolant light still stays on, replace the low coolant sensor.
In the engine compartment, on the left side of the engine is the coolant reservoir. In the coolant reservoir, there is a sensor at the bottom of the reservoir. This sensor is supposed to let you know when you are low on coolant, but can also become defective, and give you a "false-positive" reading. The only way to know this is to check your coolant when the low coolant light comes on. If there is a significant decrease in coolant, you may have a problem in the cooling system , but if you don't, chances are the sensor isn't working. If the sensor is the problem, you can unplug it from the coolant reservoir, by unscrewing the two screws holding the reservoir to the car's inside firewall, then tilting the back of the coolant reservoir forward until you see wiring coming from the bottom of the reservoir, which is the plug for the low coolant sensor. Unplug the sensor, and the low coolant light won't come on anymore. However, you will now have to make sure you check your coolant level in the reservoir on a regular basis.
Either coolant is low or the sensor in the reservoir is stuck with dirt. Clean the reservoir with soap and water
Either the coolant reservoir is low on coolant or the coolant level sensor is NG.
Fill your coolant reservoir and the light should turn off. Do it soon or your engine may over heat.
The low coolant sending unit is integral to the coolant reservoir. I just called two dealers, they were both $117 for the reservoir(!!). Before replacing, try cleaning the contacts on the connector, and also try cleaning the sensor in the reservoir with a long bursh before spending that much money.
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
Probably low on coolant, check the reservoir.
The light you are describing indicates low coolant level in the coolant reservoir.
Coolant system warning light. It should go off when you add coolant.
By adding coolant to the overflow reservoir, if it does not turn off when at the proper level the sensor is most likely faulty.
Your reservoir may be low. This will trigger the coolant light. It is often a malfunctioning sensor and nothing is actually wrong with the cooling system or coolant. It can be easily replaced. Alternatively you can leave it, but monitor your engine temperature and coolant level.
You don't. It's built into the reservoir. If it turns your low coolant light on when your coolant is not low remove the reservoir and clean it out with dish soap and water. The float sometimes gets dirty and sticks. When it's working you can hear it click when you shake the reservoir up and down
The coolant level sensor in the coolant reservoir detects the coolant level is low. The coolant system must have a leak in it somewhere. Have a trusted mechanic diagnose it soon before you do damage to the engine.
Check the coolant level in the reservoir. If that's up and the vehicle isn't overheating, you probably have a bad sensor.
I have a 2003 that has that same problem. After dealing with this issue for a year, I finally took it to the dealer and they determined that it was the coolant cap. So they installed a brand new cap and the coolant light hasn't come on since it was installed, just over a month. Another possibility: The sensor in the coolant reservoir has been known to go bad according to Mazda Parts Dept. The sensor and reservoir and sold as one part. I replaced mine and the light went off.
When the low coolant warning light comes on and the car has enough coolant, it usually means there is a problem with the coolant level sensor system. The sensor may need to be replaced.
Check the level in the coolant reservoir. There is a line "wall" in the jug. The coolant level should be just above that line. If it is then check if your reverse lights work. They are on the same fuse. If they work, you probabaly need a reservoir as the level switch is faulty
Simply fill the reservoir if it does not turn off you may need to replace the sensor that goes in it!
There is a sensor valve located inside the reservoir its may be bad
It has one. Sometimes they get stuck on even after you add coolant. Tap on the reservoir until the light goes off. Or you could always unplug the connector at the bottle and the light will go off. That's at your own risk of course because you won't know when you're low on coolant.
most likely the sensor in the bottom of the coolant reservoir is gone change reservoirs then see
Check the sensor located at the bottom of the reservoir.