Good evening Bench; I see no one has replied to your post or you already solved your problem. I am going to guess that in the washer fluid reservoir that the light might be controlled by a small float in the reservoir. If you can find the plug to the low reservoir sensor it would have two wires to it. If you unplug that harness and the light goes out, I would say that there is a problem with the float. When the float drops in the reservoir it would make contact to turn the light on the dash to show low fluid. Not totally up to speed on that design for a 2009 Camelot, so some of this is just guess work, but I hope it gives you a place to start. Good luck!