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Having one of your dashboard warning lights or indicators pop up when you’re driving can be a daunting surprise. By building an understanding of what each symbol means and what action is required can save yourself from a lot of stress.
One place to start is to treat the dashboard warning lights like the colors of a stoplight. If a yellow icon appears, it is advised to drive cautiously and get your vehicle checked right away. If a red icon appears, it indicates a problem that needs immediate attention. We recommend safely pulling off the road, stopping the engine and calling for assistance. Wheaton Honda in Edmonton, AB has built this guide to help our customers better understand the messaging they’re receiving from their vehicle and perform action and repairs when needed. This all goes hand-in-hand with keeping you safer on the roads and maintaining the quality of your vehicle. Please consider that not all of these symbols are universal, and following your vehicle’s user manual is always the most accurate source of information, especially for off-brand/preowned vehicles.
This symbol could simply signal that your emergency brake is on, however, If it doesn’t go away it could mean there is a problem with the braking system.
This warning signals that your oil level has dropped too low and is at risk of causing serious damage to your engine.
This warning signals an electrical system failure, usually a result of a dying battery or alternator connection issue.
IMPORTANT WARNING, this signals that your air bags may not deploy in the event of accident. It is advised to not drive your vehicle with this light active, call roadside assistance and get towed to Wheaton Honda or another service centre for repairs.
Your car may have an issue with its smart entry system or push button starting system.
Engine emission malfunction — bring in for service.
If there is an ABS malfunction, the warning light comes on in combination with the brake warning light.
This warning signals that the air pressure in one or more of your tires is low. It is advised to fill the air back to the recommended level. If the light comes on, checking for slow leaks or punctures is advised.
Your engine temperature is too high and could be overheating.
Your engine temperature is too low and may cause problems.
A warning to advise drivers to proceed cautiously as traction is sub-optimal due to weather or other road conditions.
There is an issue with your vehicles power steering system and may cause stiff turning.
If you’re not wearing your seatbelt, this reminder will pop up.
One or more of your vehicle’s doors is ajar or not fully latched.
Your trunk is ajar or not fully latched.
Your fuel level is running low and needs to be refilled shortly.
Your vehicle needs more washer fluid.
This icon will pop up along with another icon meaning there’s a message on your multi-information display.
Reminder that it’s time for routine maintenance.
Your vehicle doesn’t recognize your key or remote transmitter which means you may not be able to start the engine.
Your Vehicle Stability Assist is off.
Cruise Main light signals that you have turned on your cruise control system but have not yet set a speed for it.
Cruise control is on and active at a set speed.
Your turn signal is on.
Indication that your fog lights are on.
Indication that your high beams are on.
Indication that your exterior lights are on.
Your ECON mode is on.
The LKAS is on.
The CMBS is on.
The RDM system is on.
There’s a vehicle in your blind spot.
Your vehicle is on all-wheel drive.
Auto Idle Stop is on.
You are currently using Adaptive Cruise Control.
Your high beam lights are being automatically controlled.