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frustrated with the Coolant LCD symbol

 SOP8920@Siena.edu wrote ....

<< Okay..
<<    I thought I cured the problem. Guess not. For those just joining, the
<< story so far; succesful installation of a AC blower following directions
<< kindly posted to the list by frank and Eric. Following installation, the
<< << coolant warning symbol appears on the dash LCD, in typical
<< flashes and beeps. ..........

I know this seems too simple but ........  Last year when I was flushing my
cooling system, I encountered the same problem. Drove me nuts until I
realized that I had not touched anything but the coolant so I added more
coolant than the accepted level. The warning symbol disappeared and has
never re-appeared. I know that you have done a lot of work that would seem
to be problematic but because it disappeared and then re-appeared, just as
mine did, it could be the solution. Before you start tearing into the
cooling system, overfill your coolant filler tank and let me know. You can
always siphon it out if it doesn't work.

John Holt, (1988 90Q)
Highland Grove, Ontario, Canada

"The Major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that
can not possibly go wrong is that when a thing that can not possibly go
wrong goes wrong it turns out to be impossible to get at or repair.

>From the book "Mostly Harmless" by Douglas Adams