The coolant level sensor is located in the coolant reservoir tank. It should just screw or press in. Unplug it, remove it and put a new one in.
Cut the engine capartment out so it fits
Should be a plug on the side of transmission
i have a resovoir but is there another place to put in the collant?
No! No you can't. The transmissions are entirely different and would not bolt up directly. Unless of course you did some major fabbing to swap the powertrain out of the 95 into the 68, but why would you want to do that?
The 1995 Z28 camaro has a v8 engine in it. That engine is a ctually a steel version of the corvette engine. Since there are 1995 camaros with v8 engines in them, you can probably fit a v8 into your car.
my 94 camaro did that, check your gear pinions or put in a 3.73 aftermarket conversion. my 94 camaro did that, check your gear pinions or put in a 3.73 aftermarket conversion.
I would only use what the manufacture of a car put in them from the beginning and that is AC Delco. Rest assured that you will NOT have a driveability problem with them.
not the right mixture of coolant Was the serpentine belt put back on correctly?
I don't know the reaction it would have on the coolant but I would advise you to flush out your system immediately and put in fresh coolant.
water will work until you can get proper coolant
1995-1996 depending on the exact date of manufacture.
The coolant level switch on a 95 Achieva has a sticking problem. If you tap the coolant tank near the sensor the light will go out
Probally the Camaro. But who knows..... put them on the track and find out! I won with the camaro
Remove the bottom hose from your 1995 Chevy Corvette radiator. Allow the coolant to drain out. Put a hose into the top of the radiator. Run water through the radiator until it runs clear.
Yes (...but why?)
If your radiator is completely full of coolant (check first), then on the passenger side there is a white box with a black cap that sits right behind the battery. That is your coolant reservoir. Any additional coolant would be filled into that reservoir. Also you should know what coolant your vehicle has running in it. GM uses their own special coolant known as DEXCOOL which is a long life coolant. Mixing DEXCOOL with any other coolant reduces it's life and cooling effeciency. So be sure to match what coolant you already have and you'll be alright.
I would have the cooling system flushed and coolant replaced. DEF is very caustic.
Either ready mixed coolant. Or. A 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water.
No, the steel bumpers from a 1977 Camaro will not fit in a 1978 Camaro, As the 1978 "Bumper" is part of the front end. Taking off the 1978 "Bumper" would mean cutting it off, which would make the car look like something else.
yes, because once the coolant started to steam it would seep out.
sure if you change the motor mounts.