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2007 Pontiac Solstice

The low coolant light is staying on but the coolant level is normal. I think that I need a new sensor but wanted to get other opinions. Also, where is the sensor located for this issue? Kendra

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The Low Coolant is part of the Overflow Bottle, Check the Plug and if the plug is good, you will need to replace the Bottle. you can find a bottle for less than $100

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