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Old 10-29-2020, 01:23 PM   #4
Mattob17
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Originally Posted by Nuckenfutz View Post
The title says it all. The light won't turn off even after filling the reservoir with fluid. Its been an off and on thing for a few months now. Does anyone happen to know if there's a fluid level sensor built into the reservoir?
Probably have to change out the reservoir all together. I hear they have the sensor built in to it normally. Maybe itís just a messed up hose or connection. Check all the hoses that connect to the reservoir and see if there are any holes or kinks. That could mess with the sensor
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