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It depends on which one you want to get rid of.
If you just want to turn off Test Brake light message, you can do that with the Tech 2 scanner inside the SID menu.
The Brake light failure message cannot be turned off but you have to replace the burned out bulb for that.
The low coolant message can be turned off by adding coolant or replacing the level sensor outside expansion tank or make sure the float inside tank is not stuck in the mud if coolant has turned murky.
The outside level sensor though you have to find a used one or replace the whole expansion tank since it is not sold separately.
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