Seeing one of your dashboard indicator lights pop on when you’re in your car can be scary. By knowing exactly what all of the dashboard warning lights mean, you can save yourself a lot of unnecessary panic. To be safe, whenever you see a warning light on in your car, be sure to stop by the Honda Service Center so a certified Honda mechanic can take a closer look at the problem. You can schedule auto service online right from our site, so bring your car into our Louisville auto repair shop today.
You have your parking brake on, so remember to turn it off before driving.
Your car may be leaking or burning oil, which could severely damage the engine if unheeded.
There is a problem with the electrical charging system.
There may be a problem with the airbags, meaning they won’t deploy in a crash.
Your car might have a problem with smart entry system or push button starting system.
This light comes on for a number of dangerous problems including a misfire in your engine’s cylinders, problems with emissions, or a loose fuel cap.
There might be a malfunction with the ALB system or you have your handbrake on while driving.
Your tires might be underinflated.
Your car is overheating.
Your car is too cold.
Your daytime running lights are on.
VSA is on, or there’s a problem with the VSA system.
The EPS system is not functioning correctly.
If you don’t wear your seatbelt while driving, this light will come on.
A door is open.
The trunk is open.
You are low on fuel and should top off soon.
It’s time to add more washer fluid to your car.
This light will come on with another light and will mean there is a message on your multi-information display.
A reminder that it’s time for routine maintenance.
Your car does not recognize your key or remote transmitter, meaning you might not be able to start the engine.
Helps remind you that VSA is off.
Cruise main is on.
Cruise control is on.
Your turn signal is on.
Your fog lights are on.
Your high beams are on.
Your exterior lights are on.
Your ECON mode is on.
The LKAS is on.
The CMBS is on.
The RDM system is on.
There is a vehicle in your blind spot.
AWD is on.
Auto Idle Stop is on.
You are using adaptive cruise control.
Your high beam lights are being automatically controlled.