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Low coolant light keeps flashing

My low coolant light just started flashing on and off a few days ago and i checked the coolant overflow and it was half full so i filled it up with dex-cool and the light is still flashing,and the cars temperature doesn't get any hotter and isn't overheating,any 1 have an idea what could be wrong?

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Replace the coolant level sensor.

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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