2023 Fiat Ulysse Warning and Lights Instructions
A wide range of warning lights are included on the 2023 Fiat Ulysse to educate drivers about the condition and possible problems of the car. These warning lights give drivers immediate input on a variety of performance and safety-related issues, functioning as an essential communication tool between the car and its occupant. With features like low tire pressure and low fuel indications in addition to the traditional engine warning light, the Fiat Ulysse makes sure that drivers are informed of any potential problems as soon as possible. It is essential to become familiar with the meaning of each warning light in order to preserve the vehicle’s best performance and guarantee a safe driving experience. Drivers can swiftly fix concerns and maintain the best possible condition for their Fiat Ulysse by following the comprehensive instructions provided in the user manual on how to interpret these lights.
Warning and indicator lamps
Displayed as symbols, the warning and indicator lamps inform the driver of the occurrence of a malfunction (warning lamps) or of the operating status of a system (operation or deactivation indicator lamps). Certain lamps light up in two ways (fixed or flashing) and/or in several colors.
The illumination of a lamp may be accompanied by an audible signal and/or a message displayed on a screen.
Relating the type of alert to the operating status of the vehicle allows you to determine whether the situation is normal or whether a fault has occurred: refer to the description of each lamp for further information.
When the ignition is switched on
Certain red or orange warning lamps come on for a few seconds when the ignition is switched on. These warning lamps should go off as soon as the engine is started.
For more information on a system or a function, refer to the corresponding section.
Persistent warning lamp
If a red or orange warning lamp comes on, there may be a fault which needs further investigation.
If a lamp remains lit
The references (1), (2), and (3) in the warning and indicator lamp description indicate whether you should contact a qualified professional in addition to the immediate recommended actions.
- You must stop the vehicle. Stop as soon as it is safe to do so and switch off the ignition.
- Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
- Visit a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
List of warning and indicator lamps
Red warning/indicator lamps
Fixed, associated with another warning lamp, accompanied by the display of a message and an audible signal. A serious fault with the engine, braking system, power steering or automatic gearbox or a major electrical fault has been detected. Carry out (1) and then (2).
Maximum engine coolant temperature
Fixed (warning lamp or LED), with the needle in the red zone (depending on version). The temperature of the cooling system is too high.
Carry out (1), then wait until the engine has cooled down before topping up the level, if necessary (Diesel). If the problem persists, carry out (2).
Engine oil pressure
Fixed. There is a fault with the engine lubrication system. Carry out (1) and then (2).
System malfunction (Electric)
Fixed. A fault involving the electric motor or traction battery has been detected. Carry out (1) and then (2).
Cable connected (Electric)
Fixed when the ignition is switched on. The charging cable is connected to the vehicle’s connector.
Fixed when the ignition is switched on, accompanied by a message.
It is not possible to start the vehicle while the charging cable is connected to the vehicle’s connector. Disconnect the charging cable and close the flap.
Fixed. The battery charging circuit has a fault (dirty terminals, slack or cut alternator belt, etc.). Clean and retighten the lugs. If the warning lamp does not go off when the engine is started, carry out (2).
Seat belts not fastened/unfastened
Fixed or flashing, accompanied by an increasing audible signal. A seat belt has not been fastened or has been unfastened (depending on the version).
Fixed, associated with a message indicating which access is open. An audible signal supplements the alert if the speed is higher than 6 mph (10 km/h). A door, the boot, the tailgate, or the rear screen is still open (depending on the version). Close whichever access is open. If your vehicle is equipped with a right-hand side-hinged door, this warning lamp will not indicate that it is open.
Electric parking brake
Fixed. The electric parking brake is applied.
Flashing. Application/release is faulty.
Carry out (1): park on flat ground (on a level surface).
With a manual gearbox, engage a gear. With an automatic gearbox or drive selector, select mode P.
Switch off the ignition and carry out (2).
Manual parking brake
Fixed. The parking brake is applied or not properly released.
Fixed. The brake fluid level in the braking circuit has dropped significantly. Carry out (1), then top up with fluid that complies with the manufacturer’s recommendations. If the problem persists, carry out (2).
Fixed. The electronic brake force distribution (EBFD) system is faulty. Carry out (1) and then (2).
Orange warning/indicator lamps
Temporarily on, accompanied by the display of a message.
One or more minor faults, for which there is/are no specific warning lamp(s), have been detected. Identify the cause of the fault using the message displayed on the instrument panel.
You may be able to deal with some faults yourself, such as changing the battery in the remote control.
For other faults, such as with the tyre under-inflation detection system, carry out (3).
Fixed, accompanied by the display of a message.
One or more major faults, for which there is/are no specific warning lamp(s), have been detected. Identify the cause of the fault using the message displayed on the instrument panel, then carry out (3).
Fixed, accompanied by the message
“Parking brake fault”.
The automatic release of the electric parking brake is unavailable.
Carry out (2).
The service warning lamp was fixed and the service spanner flashing was then fixed
The servicing interval has been exceeded. The vehicle must be serviced as soon as possible.
Only with BlueHDi Diesel engines.
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Fixed. The anti-lock braking system has a fault. The vehicle retains conventional braking. Drive carefully at moderate speed, then carry out (3).
AdBlue® (Euro 6.2/6.3)
On for around 30 seconds when starting the vehicle, accompanied by a message indicating the driving range.
The driving range is between 1,500 and 500 miles (2,400 and 800 km).
Top up the AdBlue®.
Fixed, on switching on the ignition, accompanied by an audible signal and a message indicating the driving range.
The driving range is between 500 and 62 miles (800 and 100 km). Promptly top up the AdBlue®, or carry out (3).
Flashing, accompanied by an audible signal and a message indicating the driving range.
The driving range is less than 62 miles (100 km). You must top up the AdBlue® to avoid engine starting being prevented, or carried out (3).
Flashing, accompanied by an audible signal and a message indicating that
starting is prevented. The AdBlue® tank is empty: the legally required engine immobilizer system prevents the engine from starting. To restart the engine, top up the AdBlue® or carry out (2). It is essential to add at least 5 liters of AdBlue® to the tank.
SCR emissions control system (BlueHDi)
Fixed when the ignition is switched on, accompanied by an audible signal and a message. A malfunction of the SCR emissions control system has been detected. This alert disappears once the exhaust emissions return to normal levels.
Flashing AdBlue® warning lamp on switching on the
ignition, with the Service and Engine self-diagnostics warning lamps on fixed, accompanied by an audible signal and a message indicating the driving range. Depending on the message displayed, it is possible to drive for up to 685 miles (1,100 km) before the engine immobilizer is triggered.
Carry out (3) without delay, to avoid starting being prevented.
Flashing AdBlue® warning lamp on switching on the ignition, with the Service and Engine self-diagnostics warning lamps on fixed, accompanied by an audible signal and a message indicating that starting is prevented. The engine immobilizer prevents the engine from restarting (the permitted driving limit has been exceeded after confirmation of a malfunction of the emissions control system). To start the engine, carry out (2).
Engine self-diagnosis system
Flashing. The engine management system has a fault. There is a risk that the catalytic converter will be destroyed. Carry out (2) without fail.
Fixed. The emission control system has a fault. The warning lamp should go off when the engine is started. Carry out (3) quickly.
Fixed. A minor engine fault has been detected. Carry out (3).
Fixed. A major engine fault has been detected Carry out (1) and then (2).
Automatic functions deactivated (electric parking brake)
Fixed. The “automatic application” (on switching off the engine) and “automatic release” (on acceleration) functions are deactivated. If automatic application/release is no longer possible:
- Start the engine.
- Use the control to apply the electric parking brake.
- Take your foot fully off the brake pedal.
- Hold the control pressed in the release direction for between 10 and 15 seconds.
- Release the control.
- Depress and hold the brake pedal.
- Pull the control in the application direction for 2 seconds.
- Release the control and the brake pedal.
Malfunction (with electric parking brake)
Fixed, accompanied by the message “Parking brake fault”. The vehicle cannot be immobilized with the engine running. If manual application and release commands are not working, the electric parking brake control is faulty. The automatic functions must be used at all times and are automatically reactivated in the event of a fault with the control. Carry out (2).
Fixed, accompanied by the message “Parking brake fault”.
The electric parking brake is faulty: manual and automatic functions may not be working. When stationary, to immobilize the vehicle:
- Pull the electric parking brake control and hold it for approximately 7 to 15 seconds, until the indicator lamp lights up on the instrument panel.
If this procedure does not work, secure the vehicle:
- Park on a level surface.
- With a manual gearbox, engage a gear.
- With an automatic gearbox or drive selector, select P, then place the supplied chock against one of the wheels.
Then carry out (2).
Fixed. A minor fault with the braking system has been detected. Drive carefully. Carry out (3).
Collision Risk Alert/Active Safety Brake
Flashing. The system activates and brakes the vehicle momentarily to reduce the speed of collision with the vehicle in front. For more information, refer to the Driving section.
Fixed, accompanied by a message and an audible signal. The system has a fault. Carry out (3).
Fixed, accompanied by the display of a message.
The system has been deactivated via the vehicle configuration menu.
Dynamic stability control (DSC)/Anti-slip regulation (ASR)
Flashing. DSC/ASR system regulation is activated in the event of a loss of grip or trajectory.
Fixed. The DSC/ASR system has a fault. Carry out (3).
Emergency brake malfunction (with electric parking brake)
Fixed, accompanied by the message “Parking brake fault”. Emergency braking does not deliver optimal performance.
If automatic release is not available, use manual release or carry out (3).
Hill start assist
Fixed, accompanied by the message “Anti-roll-back system fault”. The system has a fault. Carry out (3).
Dynamic stability control (DSC)/Anti-slip regulation (ASR)
Fixed. The system is deactivated. The DSC/ASR system is reactivated automatically when the vehicle is restarted and at speeds above approximately 31 mph (50 km/h).
At speeds below 31 mph (50 km/h), it can be reactivated manually.
Fixed, accompanied by an audible signal and a message. The pressure in one or more tires is too low. Check the pressure of the tires as soon as possible. Reinitialize the detection system after adjusting the pressure.
Under-inflation warning lamp flashing was then fixed and the Service warning lamp was fixed. The tire pressure monitoring system is faulty. Under-inflation detection is no longer monitored. Check the tire pressures as soon as possible and carry out (3).
Engine preheating (Diesel)
Temporarily on (up to approximately 30 seconds in severe weather conditions). When switching on the ignition, if the weather conditions and the engine temperature make it necessary. Wait until the warning lamp goes off before starting.
When the warning lamp goes off, starting will occur immediately if you press and hold:
- the clutch pedal with a manual gearbox.
- the brake pedal with an automatic gearbox.
If the engine does not start, make the engine starting request again, while keeping your foot on the pedal.
Front passenger airbag (ON)
Fixed. The front passenger airbag is activated. The control is in the “ON” position. In this case, do NOT install a “rearward facing” child seat on the front passenger seat – Risk of serious injury!
Front passenger airbag (OFF)
Fixed. The front passenger airbag is deactivated. The control is set to the “OFF” position. A “rearward facing” child seat can be installed, unless there is a fault with the airbags (Airbags warning lamp on).
Fixed. One of the airbags or seat belt pyrotechnic pretensioners is faulty. Carry out (3).Low fuel level (Diesel)
Fixed (warning lamp or LED) and needle in the red zone (depending
on version), accompanied by an audible signal and a message. When it first comes on, there remain less than 8 liters of fuel in the tank. Until the fuel level is topped up, this alert will be repeated every time the ignition is switched on, with increasing frequency as the fuel level decreases and approaches zero. Refuel without delay to avoid running out of fuel. Never drive until completely empty, as this could damage the emissions control and injection systems.
Low traction battery level (Electric)
Fixed LED and needle in the red zone, accompanied by an audible signal and a message. The state of charge of the traction battery is low. View the remaining range.
Put the vehicle on charge as soon as possible.
Tortoise mode with limited driving range (Electric)
Fixed. The state of charge of the traction battery is critical. The engine power gradually decreases. You must put the vehicle on charge. If the warning lamp remains lit, carry out (2).
Pedestrian horn (Electric)
Fixed. Horn fault detected. Carry out (3).
Water in Diesel fuel filter (Diesel)
Fixed (with LCD instrument panel). The Diesel fuel filter contains water. Carry out (2) without delay. Risk of damaging the fuel injection system!
Particle filter (Diesel)
Fixed, accompanied by an audible signal and a message about the risk of particle filter blockage. The particle filter is nearing saturation. As soon as traffic conditions allow, regenerate the filter by driving at a speed of at least 37 mph (60 km/h), with an engine speed of above 2,500 rpm, until the warning lamp goes off.
Fixed, accompanied by an audible signal and a message indicating that the additive level in the particle filter is too low. The low level in the additive tank has been reached.
Top up without delay: carry out (3).
Fixed. The power steering has a fault. Drive carefully at moderate speed, then carry out (3).
Fixed. The lamp is on.
Foot on the brake
Fixed. Insufficient or no pressure on the brake pedal.
With the automatic gearbox or the drive selector, it may be necessary to depress the brake pedal to unlock the gearbox from mode N.
Foot on the clutch
Fixed. Stop & Start: the change to START mode is rejected because the clutch pedal is not fully depressed. Fully depress the clutch pedal.
Green warning/indicator lamps
Fixed. Automatic windscreen wiping is activated.
Automatic headlamp dipping
Fixed. The function has been activated via the vehicle’s configuration menu. The lighting control stalk is in the “AUTO” position. For more information, refer to the Lighting and Visibility section.
Stop & Start
Fixed. When the vehicle stops, the Stop & Start system puts the engine into STOP mode.
Flashing temporarily. STOP mode is momentarily unavailable or START mode is automatically triggered. For more information, refer to the Driving section.
Vehicle ready to drive (Electric)
Fixed, accompanied by an audible signal when it comes on. The vehicle is ready to drive and the thermal comfort systems are available. The indicator lamp goes out upon reaching a speed of approximately 3 mph (5 km/h) and lights up again when the vehicle stops moving. The lamp will go out when you switch off the motor and exit the vehicle.
Blind spot monitoring
Fixed. The function has been activated.
Lane departure warning system
Flashing, accompanied by an audible signal. A lane marking has been crossed on the left or right. Turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction to return to the correct trajectory. For more information, refer to the Driving section.
Fixed, accompanied by an onscreen message.
The system has a fault.
Stay alert and drive carefully, then carry out (3).
Flashing with an audible signal. The direction indicators are on.
Fixed. The lamps are on.
Dipped beam headlamps
Fixed. The lamps are on.
Front fog lamps
Fixed. The front foglamps are on.
Blue warning/indicator lamps: Main beam headlamps
Fixed. The lamps are on.
Black/white warning lamps: Foot on the brake
Fixed. Insufficient or no pressure on the brake pedal. With an automatic gearbox, with the engine running, before releasing the parking brake, to move out of position
The service indicator is displayed on the instrument panel. Depending on the vehicle version:– the distance recorder display line indicates the distance remaining before the next service is due, or the distance traveled since it was due preceded by the sign“-”.
– an alert message indicates the distance remaining, as well as the period before the next service is due or how long it is overdue.
On temporarily when the ignition is switched on. Between 620 and 1,860 miles (1,000 and 3,000 km) remain before the next service is due. Fixed, when the ignition is switched on. The next service is due in less than 620 miles (1,000 km). Have your vehicle serviced very soon.
Service spanner flashing
Flashing then fixed, when the ignition is switched on. (With BlueHDi Diesel engines, associated with the Service warning lamp.) The servicing interval has been exceeded. Have your vehicle serviced as soon as possible.
Resetting the service indicator
The service indicator must be reset after each service.
- Switch the ignition off.
- Press and hold this button.
- Switch on the ignition; the distance recorder display begins a countdown.
- Release the button when =0 is displayed; the spanner disappears.
If you have to disconnect the battery following this operation, lock the vehicle and wait at least 5 minutes for the reset to be registered.
Retrieving the service information
The service information can be accessed at any time.
- Press this button. The service information is displayed for a few seconds, then disappears.
The distance indicated (in miles or kilometers) is calculated according to the distance covered and the time elapsed since the last service. The alert may be triggered close to a due date.
Coolant temperature indicator (Diesel)
With the engine running:
- In zone A, the temperature is correct.
- In zone B, the temperature is too high.
The associated warning lamp and the STOP warning lamp light up in red on the instrument panel, accompanied by the display of a message and an audible signal. You must stop the vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so. Wait a few minutes before switching off the engine.
- After switching off the ignition, carefully open the bonnet and check the coolant level.
- For more information on Checking levels, refer to the corresponding section.
After driving for a few minutes, the temperature and pressure in the cooling system increase. To top up the level:
- wait at least one hour for the engine to cool,
- unscrew the cap by two turns to allow the pressure to drop,
- when the pressure has dropped, remove the cap,
- top up the level to the “MAX” mark.
For more information on Checking levels, refer to the corresponding section.
Be aware of the risk of scalding when topping up the coolant. Do not fill above the maximum level (indicated on the reservoir).
Engine oil level indicator
(Depending on version) On versions fitted with an electric gauge, the engine oil level status is displayed on the instrument panel for a few seconds when the ignition is switched on, at the same time as the servicing information.
- The level read will only be correct if the vehicle is on level ground and the engine has been off for more than 30 minutes.
Oil level correct
This is indicated by a message on the instrument panel.
Low oil level
This is indicated by a message on the instrument panel. If a low oil level is confirmed by a check using the dipstick, the level must be topped up to avoid damage to the engine. For more information on Checking levels, refer to the corresponding section.
Oil gauge malfunction
This is indicated by the display of a message on the instrument panel. Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
- In the event of a malfunction of the electric gauge, the oil level is no longer monitored.
If the system is faulty, you must check the engine oil level using the manual dipstick located in the engine compartment. For more information on Checking levels, refer to the corresponding section.
AdBlue® range indicators (BlueHDi)
The Diesel BlueHDi engines are equipped with a system that associates the SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) emissions control system and the Diesel particle filter (DPF) for the treatment of exhaust gases. They cannot function without AdBlue® fluid. When the level of AdBlue® falls below the reserve level (between 1,500 and 0 miles (2,400 and 0 km)), a warning lamp lights up when the ignition is switched on and an estimate of the distance that can be traveled before the engine starting is prevented is displayed in the instrument panel.
- The engine starting prevention system required by regulations is activated automatically once the AdBlue® tank is empty. It is then no longer possible to start the engine until the minimum level of AdBlue® has been topped up.
Manual display of driving range
While the driving range is greater than 1,500 miles (2,400 km), it is not displayed automatically.
- Press this button to temporarily display the driving range.
With touch screen
You can view the range information in the “Driving/Vehicle” menu.
Actions required related to a lack of AdBlue®
The following warning lamps light up when the quantity of AdBlue® is below the reserve level: driving range of 1,500 miles (2,400 km). Together with the warning lamps, messages regularly remind you of the need to top up to avoid the engine starting. Refer to the Warning and Indicator Lamps section for details of the messages displayed.
- For more information on AdBlue® (BlueHDi) and in particular, on topping up, refer to the corresponding section.
With BlueHDi (Euro 6.2/6.3) engines
Between 1,500 miles and 500
miles (2,400 km and 800 km)
Top up as soon as possible
Between 500 miles and 62
miles (800 km and 100 km)
A top-up is vital, there is
a risk that the engine will
be prevented from starting
Between 62 miles and 0
miles (100 km and 0 km)
To be able to restart the
engine, add at least 5 liters of
AdBlue® to the tank.
0 miles (km)
Malfunction of the SCR emissions control system
If a malfunction is detected, these warning lamps come on, accompanied by an audible signal and the display of an “Emissions control fault” or “NO START IN” message.
The alert is triggered while driving when the fault is detected for the first time, and thereafter when switching on the ignition for subsequent journeys, for as long as the cause of the fault persists.
- If the fault is temporary, the alert disappears during the next journey, after self-diagnostic checks of the SCR emissions control system.
Malfunction confirmed during the permitted driving phase (between 685 miles and 0 miles (1,100 km and 0 km))
If the fault indication is still displayed permanently after 31 miles (50 km) of driving, the fault in the SCR system is confirmed.
The AdBlue warning lamp flashes and a message is displayed (“Emissions control fault: starting prevented in X miles (kms)” or “NO START IN X miles (kms)”), indicating the driving range in miles or kilometers. While driving, the message is displayed every 30 seconds. The alert is repeated when switching on the ignition. You can continue driving for up to 685 miles (1,100 km) before the engine starting prevention system is triggered.
- Have it checked by a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
Every time the ignition is switched on, the message “Emissions control fault: Starting prevented” or “NO START IN” is displayed.
- To restart the engine Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
Power indicator (Electric)
Traction battery charging during deceleration and braking.
Moderate energy consumption and optimized driving range.
Energy consumption by the drive train during acceleration.
When the ignition is switched on, the vehicle’s electric drive train neither consumes nor generates energy; after sweeping over the indicator, the needle returns to its “neutral” position: between ECO and CHARGE.
- With the ignition off, opening the driver’s door activates the indicator, which moves to the “neutral” position: between ECO and CHARGE.
Charge level indicator (Electric)
The traction battery’s actual charge level and the remaining range are displayed continuously when the vehicle is started.
- With the ignition off, opening the driver’s door activates the indicator.
Associated warning lamps
Two successive alert levels indicate that the energy available has dropped to a low level:
1st level: Reserve
The state of charge of the traction battery is low. 0 %
Fixed LED and needle in the red zone, accompanied by an audible signal.
- View the remaining range on the instrument panel.
- Put the vehicle on charge as soon as possible.
2nd level: Critical
The state of charge of the traction battery is critical. Fixed, together with the reserve LED, accompanied by an audible signal.
- You must put the vehicle on charge.
- The remaining range is no longer calculated. The drive train power gradually decreases. The heating and air conditioning are switched off (even if the needle indicates their consumption is not at the “ECO” position).
Thermal comfort consumption indicator (Electric)
The gauge shows the consumption of the traction battery’s electrical energy by the thermal comfort devices in the passenger compartment. The devices in question are the heating and air conditioning systems. This equipment can be used:
- If the vehicle is not plugged in, when the READY lamp is lit.
- If the vehicle is plugged in, when the ignition is switched on (“Lounge” mode). Selecting ECO mode limits the performance of some of this equipment. The needle on the thermal comfort consumption indicator then moves into the “ECO” zone.
- To quickly heat or cool the passenger compartment, feel free to temporarily select the maximum heating or cooling
setting. When the heating is on maximum, the gauge on the thermal comfort consumption indicator is in the MAX zone. When the air conditioning is on maximum, it stays in the ECO zone. Excessive use of thermal comfort equipment, particularly at low speeds, can significantly decrease the vehicle’s range. Remember to optimize equipment settings upon achieving the desired level of comfort, and adjust them if necessary whenever you start the vehicle. After an extended period without using the heating, you may notice a slight odor during the first few minutes of use.
The total and trip distances are displayed for thirty seconds when the ignition is switched off, when the driver’s door is opened and when the vehicle is locked or unlocked.
Total distance recorder
This measures the total distance traveled by the vehicle since its initial registration.
Trip distance recorder (Diesel)
This measures the distance traveled since it was last reset by the driver. Resetting the trip recorder
- With the ignition on, press the button until zeros appear.
This system allows the brightness of the instruments and controls to be adjusted manually to suit the ambient light level.
With the lamps on, press button A to increase the brightness of the lighting, or button B to decrease it. Release the button when the desired brightness is reached.
With touch screen
- In the Settings menu, select “Brightness” or “OPTIONS”, “Screen configuration” then “Brightness”.
- Adjust the brightness by pressing the arrows or moving the slider.
What should I do if the check engine light comes on?
The check engine light indicates a potential issue with the vehicle. It’s recommended to have the vehicle diagnosed by a qualified mechanic.
How do I interpret the tire pressure warning light?
The tire pressure warning light alerts you when tire pressure is too low. Check and adjust tire pressure according to the specifications in the owner’s manual.
What does the ABS warning light mean?
The ABS light indicates a problem with the anti-lock braking system. Seek professional assistance if this light stays on.
How do I address the battery warning light?
The battery light suggests a charging system issue. Check the alternator and battery, and have them inspected if necessary.
What should I do if the oil pressure light illuminates?
Stop the vehicle immediately if the oil pressure light comes on. Check the oil level and consult a mechanic if needed.
How do I reset the service light on my Fiat Ulysse?
Instructions for resetting the service light are typically outlined in the owner’s manual. It often involves a combination of actions on the vehicle’s dashboard.
What does the airbag warning light indicate?
The airbag light suggests a problem with the airbag system. Professional inspection is necessary to ensure the airbags function properly.
How do I address the brake system warning light?
The brake system light may indicate low brake fluid or a brake system malfunction. Check the brake fluid level and seek professional help if needed.
Why is the ABS light on even after starting the car?
The ABS light may stay on briefly during startup but should turn off once the system self-check is complete. If it stays on, there may be an issue with the ABS system.
What does the ESC (Electronic Stability Control) warning light mean?
The ESC light indicates a problem with the stability control system. Have the system checked by a professional if the light persists.
How do I address the airbag deployment warning light?
If the airbag deployment light is on, it may indicate a fault in the airbag system. Consult a professional for a thorough inspection.
What does the low fuel warning light look like, and how far can I drive when it comes on?
The low fuel light indicates low fuel levels. The distance you can drive varies, so it’s advisable to refuel as soon as possible.
How do I activate and deactivate the child lock feature?
Child lock instructions can typically be found in the owner’s manual. It often involves adjusting the door lock settings.
What does the lane departure warning light mean?
The lane departure warning light indicates a deviation from your lane without using the turn signal. Familiarize yourself with the system and its settings.
How do I troubleshoot other warning lights on the dashboard?
Consult the owner’s manual for specific instructions on troubleshooting other warning lights. If in doubt, seek professional assistance.
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