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Absolutely the most important warning light in your vehicle. If this light comes on and stays on, it means your engine is not receiving sufficient oil. Drive with this light on for more than a minute or two, and you could turn a minor problem into major engine damage.
This light means the coolant/antifreeze mixture in your car's engine is running at a higher-than-optimum temperature, and usually means there is something mechanically wrong with the vehicle. You might be able to limp to a repair shop at low speed, but our advice would be to stop the car as soon as possible to avoid further damage.
When you see the little battery symbol, it means your car's charging system is not functioning as it should. Drive with this symbol on for too long and you could end up stranded with a dead battery.
Officially termed a Malfunction indicator light (MIL), this light most often indicates a problem with your vehicle's emissions system and, if flashing, that the problem requires immediate attention to avoid engine damage.
This alert tells you your car's front fog lamps are on.
A relative newcomer, this light tells you when your vehicle's park assist system is functioning and, for self-parking vehicles, when your car is parking itself. Like you wouldn't know otherwise.
Didn't know cars had rear fog lights? Many European models do, and this alert lets you know when they're on.
Different automakers use different variations of this light, but any time you see a wrench in some form or fashion, there's a good chance your car is telling you it's time for routine services.
Tells you there's an exterior light on your car that is not working.
There's a door not closed. Some models will even illuminate a specific door.
This is a function of your car's Tire Pressure Monitoring System, which tells you one or more of your car's tires is low.
A newer light to let you know your cruise control is set.
Let's you know your vehicle's windshield washer fluid is low.
Found on diesel vehicles, this light tells you the engine's glow plugs are warming up, meaning you should wait to start the engine until the light extinguishes.
A newer light that informs you when your vehicle's transmission is operating at a higher-than-optimum temperature.
While U.S. vehicles display the word "BRAKE", many foreign makes use this symbol, which could indicate a problem with your vehicle's brake system. It could indicate that your parking brake is on.
Indicates a problem with your car's anti-lock braking system. Get the brakes checked, stat.
Illuminates to tell you your vehicle's traction control and/or anti-skid system is in use. Usually means it's a good idea to slow down, because conditions are slippery.
Bet you didn't know your car was a weatherman (or weatherperson), did you? Well, many makes display this symbol to let you know outside conditions are favorable for icy roads.
On some models, indicates a problem with the vehicle's anti-skid or electronic stability systems.
If this light stays on for more than a few seconds after the car is started, it means the vehicle has found a fault in the airbag system. Have it serviced as soon as possible.
Some European models display this light to alert drivers to a problem with the vehicle's cooling fan. Chances are if you see it, you'll soon see the Coolant Temperature light, too.
The lock symbol can alert drivers to a number of issues, the majority of which deal with the car's security system.
Could indicate your car's hazard lights are on, though some car makers use it as a catch-all alert to an undiagnosed problem in the vehicle.
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