With the potential of the LR4 loosing coolant quickly through a water pump or Y pipe failure a reliable sensor on the coolant tank is valuable as it may be your first warning something is amiss. Unfortunately as they get old the sensor gets wonky and they begin to give false warnings (dashboard says low coolant but tank is full). The common remedy is to swap for a new tank. That is not required and you save a bunch of $$. I found a $6 sensor replacement on Rock Auto. Swapping the sensor is at most a 30 minute job and if done carefully you lose very little coolant in the process (about 250mL).