What your warning lights mean [infographic]

Posted by Megan MacDonald on 1 Feb 2018

Suzuki warning lightsAll cars have unique aspects, but thankfully warning lights have gradually standardised across most brands. Here’s what some of the most important ones mean.

It’s always quite frightening when one of those blissfully grey symbols on your dashboard lights up and lets you know there’s something wrong under the bonnet. Here we decipher those mystery symbols for you (though you can find explanations for all of them in your car’s handy guide book).

Understanding what your  warning lights mean and how much your should worry will tell you what steps you should follow in the event that a warning light starts to flash  on your dashboard.

What your warning lights mean - infographic This infographic could be  helpful to you in the case of an emergency. Why not get it emailed to you, or email it to a friend and keep this information on hand in your inbox.

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