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May 29 2017

What do the lights on your dashboard mean?

lights_check_engine

Check Engine :

Your vehicule’s electronic-control system has detected a problem that it cannot adjust. Using a special code reader, the mechanic at your local service center can help diagnose the issue(s) your vehicule is facing. It could be the spark plugs, the catalytic covertor, the mass airflow sensor, etc. If the light is flashing, you need to take your car to a repair shop immediately.

 

lights_abs

ABS :

Due to self-diagnosed fault with the ABS system. Normal braking should remain but the wheel could ‘’lock up’’ while you’re braking.

 

lights_air_bag

Air Bag :

There is a fault with one of or more of the air bags within your vehicle.

 

lights_brake

Brake System :

Hydraulic pressure has been lost on one side due to constant braking or fluid levels are low.

 

lights_cruise_control

Cruise Control Indicator:

Cruise control is currently engaged in your vehicle.

 

lights_emergency

Emergency Indicator :

Emergency lights are activated.

 

lights_engine_temperature

Engine Temperature :

Engine currently has an overheating issue. 

 

lights_beams

Fog Beams :

Fog lights are activated.

 

lights_master

Master Warning Light :

There is an unidentified problem with your vehicle. Take it into a service center to have it diagnosed.

 

lights_open_door

Open Door :

One or more doors are not closed completely.

 

lights_seatbelt

Seat Belt :

One or more people in the vehicle are not wearing their seatbelt.

 

lights_tire_pressure

Tire pressure :

Optimal air pressure in one or more of your tires is low

 

lights_windshield

Windshield Washer Fluid :

Low washer fluid is detected and needs to be refilled.

 

Via : Hyundai