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Low tire. Check the tires and make sure they are correct. Once all the tires are inflated correctly, you can reset the sensor. With the car running, press the button by the E brake handle that has the same symbol and hold it for several seconds. This will place the system in reset and it will re-calibrate when you drive off.
Red circle with an exclamation mark in it - usually it is a braking system warning.
1. low brake fluid level in master cylinder 2. pads at wear limit 3. handbrake still thinks its on - there's a switch under the cover that gets operated when the handbrake is pulled up, could be sticking.
This is the tyre pressure indicator. It shows that one of the tyres is losing pressure through a calve leak or puncture, or can also be triggered after you get new tyres or rotate the tyres.
The method to re-set the tyre pressure warning light is as follows:
Turn the ignition to position 2 (ignition on but motor not started). Press and hold the button under the handbrake until the warning light on the dashboard comes on for several seconds. Start the engine. Drive the car normally for several minutes. This will cause the system to re-set to the current tyres and pressures you have. It will then only turn the warning light on if the pressures change - for example if you get a puncture.
If it is yellow and looks like a tire it is the flat tire light, and you should check his tire pressure. if it is a yellow triangle with an arrow going around the triangle with a exclamation point in the middle this is your DSC or ASC and if it is on all the time these features are inactive and you should hit the DSC/ASC toggle switch to the right of the drivers window switch. If this symbol just flashes briefly this means the DSC/ASC is presently activating. thest are the tow that I can think of, I hope this helps.