(1)A Brief introduction of transmission fluid indicator light
When something goes wrong with your car or if a feature you should know about gets activated, a signal funnels through the electrical system and into the dashboard.
This illuminates a hieroglyphic, and these cover a wide range of issues—some of which may be serious. Here are the meanings behind this car warning lights–#170 Hood/Bonnet Open.
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1. Can the transmission fluid indicator light be 16 mm?
8 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, 14 mm, 16 mm, 19 mm
2. Does the transmission fluid indicator light have to be one color?
Of course not, we can make other different colors
3. Can we do customize symbols on the transmission fluid indicator light?
Yes, please provide us a picture.
Also, can be customized to customers’ own symbols, logo or words.
4. What voltage can be of transmission fluid indicator light?
It can be from 3v-220v,and the normal voltage is 3v, 6v, 12v, 24v, 110v, 220v.
5. What material does transmission fluid indicator light have?
As the photo shows, the body material has two colors—silver(chorme) and black(Zinc Alloy)
6. How many connection ways of the transmission fluid indicator light?
It can be with wire or solder pin.
7. Is it an LED or neon bulb of the transmission fluid indicator light?
It is LED, and what is more, our LED is a bidirectional led, there is no difference between anode and cathode, you can connect any way you want.
8. If wire type, how long is the cable of the transmission fluid indicator light?
Its wire is always 20 cm in length each wire, of course, the wire length can be increased or decreased, it is a customized requirement.
(2)A introduction of symbol #170 Hood/Bonnet Open
1. What is the Hood/Bonnet Open symbol?
An indicator light means that the car hood is not closed properly.
2. When does the Hood/Bonnet Open symbol light up?
Like the seatbelt light, these lights don’t usually mean that there’s anything physically wrong with the car (unless the sensor that sends the signal to the light is itself faulty).
Instead, they tell you that one of the openings – be it a door, boot, or bonnet – is open.
This is often obvious if, for example, you’re putting the weekly shop into the boot or securing your children in the back seats.
But these lights also tell you if a door, boot, or bonnet hasn’t been shut properly and is only loosely closed, so they can be very useful.
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