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1. How many kinds of Car Dashboard Indicator Lights?
There are 64 kinds in total. Common car indicator lights include a malfunction indicator light, slip indicator light,
dash indicator lights, security indicator light, warning lights, battery indicator light, brake indicator light, wrench indicator light, the alternator warning indicator light,
fog indicator light, high beam indicator light, security indicator light, service stop-start system indicator light, tire indicator light, tire pressure indicator light, turn signal indicator light, transmission fluid indicator light,
direction indicator light, exhaust brake indicator light, fuel indicator light, seat belt indicator light, car engine indicator light, review indicator lights, hand-drawn motion indicator lights, hazard warning lights (three triangles in the frame),
oil pressure warning lights, charging warning lights, engine warnings Lights, high beam indicator lights.
2. What do the dashboard indicator lights in our car mean?
After turning the key of the car ignition switch or pressing the start button, car dashboard indicator lights of different colors will be briefly displayed on the dashboard display behind the steering wheel.
Their purpose is to inform you that the systems associated with them are operating normally. If one or more indicator lights stay on while the engine is running, it indicates a problem.
car dashboard indicator lights will be displayed in red, amber, green, and blue with a series of severity levels. Although the blue and green warning lights are less urgent, we recommend that you take the same precautions as the more serious warnings to prevent damage to your car: it is best to stop quickly in a safe place and consult the car manual further. Recommend before you continue your journey.
3. Can you give some examples of why the Car Dashboard Indicator Lights on?
Look at this oil indicator light, This old-fashioned oil tank image indicates a problem with your car’s oil pressure system.
Your oil is insufficient or the circulating fluid of the oil pump is insufficient to properly lubricate the surfaces in the vehicle. This problem should be resolved as soon as possible because, without proper lubrication, the engine will wear out quickly.
This symbol indicates that there is a problem with the vehicle’s charging system. Interestingly, the culprit may not be your battery.
Although this may indicate that your battery cable is loose or damaged, it may also indicate that your generator belt has broken.
If it is a battery, sometimes you will notice that the clock fades away or the front light dims. If you wait too long, your vehicle may go out completely.
This is the case when you see other drivers “jumping” into each other’s car.
4. What is the most dangerous lights on your dashboard?
- The water temperature alarm is a very important indicator of light. You must pay too much attention to it in your daily life. It is very serious if the car is in danger because the engine is running at a high speed while the car is running, but the car owner can be fully aware of it before the danger occurs. Once the water temperature warning light is on, it means that the liquid in the water tank of the car engine has rolled away. This also means that you must stop for inspection or add refrigerant. If you have not cared about this issue, you will definitely cause accidents due to engine damage during driving.
- Tire pressure monitoring light is also a very important indicator. Now, most of the more advanced cars are equipped with this device. Tires are absolutely very important to automobiles, and their working conditions also determine the safety of people’s lives. As soon as the tire fails while the car is driving, it is very likely that the life of the car owner will be threatened.
- The handbrake light is also a very important indicator. If the handbrake is not completely put down, then the car will definitely have very serious consequences. In fact, everyone can feel that the handbrake cannot be put to the end, after all, the car will tremble when we refuel.