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Radiator light always on

Just got a camry2007 model but the radiator lights always on on the dash board. pls can u help me fix this and tell me possible things i can do to solve this problem?

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    Have you checked the fluid level?

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    Open the hood, and open the top of the coolant overflow bottle. The coolant bottle should have pink or red fluid in it. Is the bottle empty? Advise me of where the level of fluid is.

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Start by letting me know if the car is running hotter than normal or if its overheating.

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