Q: What does the Coolant Level Low Add Coolant message mean?

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What does the Coolant Level Low Add Coolant message mean?

The Coolant Level Low Add Coolant message appears on your driver information center (DIC) when the engine has an insufficient amount of coolant. After adding more coolant, the DIC will turn off this message.

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