2002 Volkswagen Passat Q&A
2002 Volkswagen Passat Question: check coolant light
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Are you constantly loosing coolant? If so you have to have the cooling system pressurized to locate and repair the source of the leak. If the light keeps coming on but the fluid level is OK it is likely the coolant level sensor in the reservoir may be bad. - patrick mannion
Hello and how are you ? First things first, Are you adding the correct coolant ? VW are/can be picky about what fluids you use. If you are using VW approved coolant then you need to take a close look and the sensor in the over flow bottle. If it is wet and under the coolant level it could be bad. Make sure that it is in contact with coolant. If it is then unplug it and see it the light goes out. If it dose then most likely the sensor it's self is the problem Thanks Sean - only1bigcat
leaking head gasket and or bad coolant level sensor. - blankman
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