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So awesome to add a low level sensor, it can save your D2, its a matter of how to install the sensor warning to your dash.
Open another thread for that to not go off topic here and i'll tell you exactky what to do.
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@WLADiscoII99 .. please post a pic of your installed Allmakes reservoir.
From their website, it doesn't show the exact location of the level sensor.

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@WLADiscoII99 .. please post a pic of your installed Allmakes reservoir.
From their website, it doesn't show the exact location of the level sensor.
The sensor plug is at the bottom of the coolant reservoir.

I don't have an Allmakes .. I have an Allisport

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Yeah... Allisport. That's what I meant. lol

IMHO... the coolant level sensor is a "nicety" but I wouldn't really use it since I check my fluid levels regularly.
It's like when my friend's wife's Mini seized up from lack of engine oil and she was pissed because the low oil light didn't come on to tell her it was low.
Who is really at fault?

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Wiring in which sensor ?

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