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no the stainless bottel isn't dangerous, but being low on water 
is dangerous especially on our cars. I had to fix my
head gaskets because I couldn't see the coolant level.
The light you are talking about is the otherways useless LAMBDA
light in the binacle.  Also the buzzer turns on now.

Just for the optical thing, I never thought I would ever replace 
my stainless bottle with a plastic one. But I learned my lesson.
It makes me feel much better now to know that it will warn me
before it breaks again. It happened at the wedding of my boss
and the whole day was a mess, don't need that again ;-)

Cars nowadays do have exactly this warning lamp, too.
I think it is much more important than the fan fail lamp...

Several cars over here have this feature now, too.

Price ? Ridiculously low....


P.S. I'd love to have a cruise control, too, but it doesn't make
too much sense over here, otherwise I would already have it.

Well most of us dont open the engine compartment everyday i would think 
so even if we had a clear see thru header bottle with a "WARNING DANGER 
GUAGE WITH A BLINKING LIGHT" on it we couldnt see if the coolant was 
low anyway!

When i open my engine compartment i check the coolant level.

My original header bottle was so dirty and stained i had to take off 
the cover to check the coolant level.

Do you check your coolant everyday to think that the stainless bottles 
are dangerous? Some cars made now days you cant even see the coolant 
level, you can only see the coolant cover, are these dangerous too?

People think my cruise control is dangerous too but it hasn't caused me 
any problems yet!

Mark V

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