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Coolant level sensor might be bad.
That is usually caused by a tired ancilliary belt (the one that drives the alternator etc) - as the rubber ages, it grips less well and slips more against the pulleys, especially when cold and damp. After a couple of minutes it dries out and warms up, and so stops slipping. The timing belt itself is toothed, and so cannot slip (it would cause a catastrophic ...
Check your coolant level in the reservoir. It may just be a low coolant warning light
Might be the power steering belt
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