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1999 BMW 323 radiator light came on

The radiator light came on, the car is not hot

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Have you had your radiator flushed lately. It might need to be flushed out or add coolant. The other thing might be that the thermostat needs to be sticking and needs to be replaced.........Thank You for using Fixya.com.....: )

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