You gotta watch out for the Dave light. It's the most important and dangerous one.
I was actually kinda hoping for a legitimate chart. I was gonna save it for future reference.
@Snarfel Burger, when in doubt as to what a symbol means, just go off the colour of it. Green is fine (lights are on for instance) orange needs your attention but is generally not an immediate problem (a door that is not properly closed, or your fog lights are on) and red means stop the car (brake failure, loss of oil) the your high beam symbol is normally blue just to make clear your high beams are in use as opposed to your normal lights
@Snarfel Burger, good thing you got this one.
@Mr Bombastic, I actually also have yellow in addition to my orange, red, green and blue. And I drove a rental car that had a blue snowflake to indicate that the temperature is near or below freezing temperature to warn me of ice on the road.
@bowlnmike, yeah my car actually also uses blue to indicate the engine is still cold now that you mention it. I guess I would treat yellow like I treat orange, but to be honest I’m one of those guys that reads the instructions lol
@Snarfel Burger, Washer fluid issue, charging system issue, re-circulate air, rear window defrost, open doors, diesel cylinders still warming up, SRS air bag system, interior fan, air vent direction, seat belt light, gas low light, AC on, oil pressure high/low, check engine light, headlights, fog lights, high beams, hazard lights, same as the first (manufacturer icon variation). Hazard lights if both are on, blinkers if it is just one. A lot of different reasons for this one (shut off car and get it towed to a mechanic), temperature light (shut off car if red), anti-lock brake system issue (could be a dire situation be cautious), electronic stability control issue (dangerous suspension issue). The forgot VSC which is vehicle stability control, similar to ESP. as well as Traction Control which goes hand and hand with VSC (if there is an issue and you didn't turn it off).
@Barry Dylan, Your indicator light should just say “MVP”
@Barry Dylan, the one with the exclamation mark in it could also just be the parking brake indicator light
To be fair, "All the doors are open, you idiot" and "Face wind, knee wind" are pretty much what those ones actually mean.
When the Genie was ready on my motorbike , the side of the engine blew off? What was he ready for ?
Really bloody fast comets
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@HSA, it’s for Diesel engines usually. It’s to warm up your engine in order to start with ease
@Larry The Garry, glow plug light?
@HSA, baby don’t hoot me, no mo.