This is actually in regards to my 95 Z28, not my chevelle. I would have posted on LS1.com, but it takes a very long time to get a response.
Long story short....
Blew a head gasket on the car a while back, and replaced it. I've put 700 miles on the car since, and it's running quite well. Well recently my "low coolant" light came on in the car. I noticed that my resivoir was a little low, so i topped it off, but the light stayed on. The coolant level in the radiator is good, but i noticed that I filled the resivoir a little too much, so i drained some. The light still comes on. Fearing the worst I checked my oil to see if there was a bunch of anti-freeze in it, and there is basically nothing. (Just a extremely small amount after flushing it through with oil changes from before)
What do you guys think? Bad sensor? Anything to worry about? Any ideas? I'm just a little paranoid now since it had a blown head gasket before, and now the light is on.
Also, there is no white smoke out of the exhaust, so it SHOULD be ok.
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