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Dashboard warning light meanings explained, compliments of Old Saybrook Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM! With a comprehensive overview of dashboard warning light meanings in one place, you won’t be wondering what that pesky light on your dash means. Drive around Middletown and New London with confidence, in a well-maintained vehicle. Whether you’re driving a new or used Dodge vehicle, it is important to brush up on the dashboard warning light meanings. Learn more with Old Saybrook Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM. Serving the Old Saybrook community and beyond, we’ll let you know what lights are of minimal significance and which require an immediate visit to our service center. Read on to learn about the Dodge check engine light and more from our skilled service staff.
Dashboard warning light meanings can vary. Most Madison drivers are familiar with the Dodge check engine light and the oil light, but others may be less familiar. Below we’ve broken down some of the most common Dodge warning light symbols so you can drive safely and informed.
If there is an issue with your brakes, such as the brake fluid being low or an ABS malfunction, the brake system light will turn on. It doesn’t necessarily require the changing of your vehicle’s brakes. Additionally, the traction control or ESP warning light means that your vehicle’s electronic stability system is in use.
The tire pressure warning light will inform you that one or more of your tires has incorrect pressure. Check your tires to see if your tire pressure is low or high at your next stop.
From the Dodge check engine light to other important Dodge warning light symbols or strange noises, the team at Old Saybrook Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM has you covered. Plus, with our exclusive Old Saybrook Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM service specials, getting reputable vehicle service is easier than ever before. Check out our service videos to learn more about vehicle maintenance today!