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What does the gauge light on an 2000 Oldsmobile alero mean that looks like a downward facing arrow pointing to a horrizontal line?

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2005-11-04 05:01:57
2005-11-04 05:01:57

The same gauge light is on in my 1999 Olds Alero. Have you been able to find out the answer from another source? I was thinking low coolant or fuel but just a guess.

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