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Check Fluids Light on 2000 mustang Gt stays on.

All 2000 Mustang GT's have the Check fluid levels light. Looks like a little container with a cap on it with a fan symbol in the middle. Mine always stays on but all fluids are good and new. My ac doesn't work. Air comes out but not cold and, coolant fan never turns on and car runs cold. I,m thinking these problems are all related. Any one have any input? Thanks


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About three years ago one of the hoses that connects to the coolant reservoir slipped loose and this light came on. I reconnected the hose and ever since then that same light has been on in my car. I think it is a sensor. My car also takes a long time to reach normal operating temperature and i replaced the thermostat which did not fix the issue. I eliminated my A/C after having a pesky freon leak that shop after shop could not locate.


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Yea I'll figure it out. Has to mean somethings up and I need my ac. Summers in PA get pretty hot with a lot of humidity. Thanks for replying.

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