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Coolant level - repeating message

My 2007 4.2 SC Range Rover keeps repeating the on dash message - Check coolant level. I have ~ and all looks well - but message still repeats !

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Sometimes the float that tells the sensor how much fluid is in the tank sinks. When it sinks it is giving the impression that the tank is empty giving you that low coolant warning. You will have to replace the tank.

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