This sounds like you are going to have a faulty Coolant Level Sensor. There is actually a Technical Service Bulletin on this issue that states that oil contamination in the coolant can make the sensor fail. Make sure the coolant is clean, and has no signs of oil before replacing with a new sensor, or the new sensor will fail prematurely as well.
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