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Renault espace automatic 1999

The low on water sign keeps flashing and it tells me to go to a service.
But thier is plenty of water in the water tank so im not sure were else its telling me to look for the problem.
sorry im a dumb woman who has lost her manual.

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This could just be a sender unit failure,wich will need to be replaced.also could just be air in system.hope this helps

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