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Your coolant overflow/recovery tank has a level sensor in it. If the level light won't go off, and the coolant level is where it should be, this sensor has probably failed. Check the tank for a wired (powered) part, and make sure that it is plugged in securely. If the plug connection is OK, check with your parts store for a low-cost replacement sensor.

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