Question about 2003 BMW 330
First check the coolant expansion tank and radiator for correct level. The radiator should be full (take the cap off when the engine is cold, doing this on a hot engine will cause hot coolant to spray out and possibly cause major burns). The expansion tank should be marked level-wise, either min-max, or min only, or max only. If the levels are right, your level sensor is probably bad. This sensor is located somewhere in the expansion tank.
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