Scotty, love your show keep up with the great videos!! My question is regarding my summer toy...2004 Jaguar XKR 4.2 litre V8 Supercharged...Car has only 52K on it and has been extremely reliable as a…

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Scotty, love your show keep up with the great videos!! My question is regarding my summer toy...2004 Jaguar XKR 4.2 litre V8 Supercharged...Car has only 52K on it and has been extremely reliable as a weekend cruiser. Car has actually been quite bulletproof as far as reliability is concerned. October '19 while parked on a slight incline as I was lowering the convertible top I notice the low coolant light came on. As I put the car in drive and drove onto a level street the light went out. No overheating, no leaks, no hissing or odors, temp gauge reads normal. Light comes on intermittently only if I exceed 55 mph like on the interstate etc. Comes on for maybe a minute then goes out, this will repeat until I get back down to speeds under 55. After the first time it happened last October I took it to my Jaguar dealer and decided to have the coolant system flushed and new coolant added. I did not tell the dealership about this as the car otherwise is in flawless condition. However I still am experiencing same issue. I have been investigating and searching online for answers and believe it to be a faulty float or sensor in the plastic coolant reservoir tank. Do you have any ideas?? Don in Wisconsin