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What is the meaning of red light in the temperature panel?

Toyota Camry V6 - when i drive I see light in the temp panel to the left. The pointer shows correct temp, but there is a light below the needle pointer just below C.

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    check your owner manual under instrument cluster warning indicators



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This does not pose a problem though but Let someone have alook at you radiator. Might be the temperature sensor is worn out.

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