Engine Warning Light
There are some unusual symptoms that commonly accompany the engine warning light, these could include a lack of power, an intermittent stuttering as you press the accelerator, or another fault which could alter the normal response from the engine.
If your warning light is on, get your car into a garage as soon as possible, driving it around for any longer could cause further damage.
Brake System / Brake Fluid Warning Light
If this light is illuminated on your dashboard it's best to get it checked out right away. Arguably the most important feature on your car, if there's something wrong with your vehicle's brakes it's so important to get the issue sorted as soon as possible.
Coolant Warning Light
Seeing this light could mean that your coolant levels are running low, you will need check the gauge on the side of the coolant tank under the bonnet and top up if necessary.
Oil Warning Light
Similar to the water or coolant warning light on your dashboard, you might see an oil warning light flash up if oil temperature gets too high, the level is low or oil pressure too low. It’s the latter two you want to avoid at all costs.
Airbag Warning Light
If you see this light illuminated on your dashboard make sure that you get it seen to as soon as possible.
Having faulty airbags will mean that you and your passengers won't be as well protected from any potential injuries if you find yourself in a crash. The other possibility is that your vehicle’s airbag could deploy when you least expect it, giving you a nasty shock – or even actually causing an injury – and an expensive fix to put right.
Battery Charge Warning Light
When you first turn your car on this light should illuminate, if it doesn't then go off in a few seconds then there could well be a problem with your car's electrical system.
Parking Distance Control
If this light comes on it is usually to alert you that there is a fault with your parking distance control. It is best to get this checked as soon as possible at a specialised garage, such as ours.
If this light comes on it is usually to alert you that your oil level is low and needs refilling as soon as possible. If you need any assistance in checking or changing your oil please let us know.
If this light comes on during normal driving, the system is likely not functioning properly and you’ll need to get it checked out as soon as possible. We advise taking great care once this light has come on.
If this light comes on while you are driving it means that you are losing traction, typically you’ll see this light in slippery conditions such as snow or rain. When this happens it is best to ease up on the accelerator and book in for a traction check.