Published on January 7th, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Car Dashboard Warning Lights – What Is It Saying To Me?

Modern cars are filled with electronics and packed with sensors to monitor both how your vehicle is behaving and to make our motoring life easier. But when something does go wrong, it can be a difficult task trying to work out exactly what that warning light flashing away on your dashboard is trying to tell you and for many motorists, men and women alike, seeing a warning light causes a lot of anxiety. You need an easy tutorial and we have a series of common dashboard indicators/warning lights and their meanings/reasons why coming up for you to better understand the health of your car.

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Brake system / brake fluid warning light

Your vehicle’s brakes are arguably the most important feature on your car, so if there’s a warning light flashing on your dash highlighting there’s something wrong with the braking system, it’s best to get it checked out right away.

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It could be signalling a low brake fluid level, that your brake pads are worn or that there’s a fault with the ABS anti-lock braking system. Either way, book your car in to a reputable garage to have the potential issue looked over, and if necessary, repaired.

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It is important to know what the car dashboard warning lights actually mean. We will share more information with you soon.

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