Have Saturn sedan L200 and the arrow pointing down with waves what does that

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Asked by May 28, 2015 at 03:23 PM about the 2002 Saturn L-Series 4 Dr L200 Sedan

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Low coolant. Fill up your reserve jug. When the car cools down, it will suck it into the radiator.

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Ok how long should let it cool down

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You can fill your reserve jug anytime. Just don't remove your radiator cap to fill the radiator until the car has cooled down for a few hours. If you fill your reserve jug up and let the car sit, it will suck the fluid in as it cools. If you add the fluid to the jug and keep driving it, it won't suck the fluid in until you stop and let things cool down.

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Hey sign with the arrow pointing down came back on I have put some coolant in last night while the cool down . does anybody know what should I do next

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If jug if full and radiator is full, you may have a bad sensor. Now that you filled it you'll now have to do this.......................................................... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5814yr2p_Y

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