Dex Coolant/coolant lite?

would having regular coolant instead of the DEX make the "check Coolant" lite go on? just curious.
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Good Afternoon Gardent:
If your engine requires that you use Dexcool, then do not deviate from that requirement. I own two Cadillacs (1995 STS - Green Antifreeze; 2004 DTS - Dexcool). GM recommends that the proper antifreeze be poured into your vehicle.
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The check coolant light could indicate a leak somewhere in your cooling system. Check your surge tank to see if you have the proper level of fluid. If it is low, then fill to the proper level, and when you park the car for the evening, place newspaper under front section of your car. Remove the newspaper before starting your car the next morning as not to start a fire, and examine the spot or spots to see if there any for coolant and/or oil on the newspaper.
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