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While your local guy is having a guess get him to look at a damaged or out of round wheel. A damaged tyre. Then have him jack up the rear wheels and fit jack stands then drive the car up slowly and watch the rear wheels for shaking or buckle and see if the vibration starts. You don't say how many miles but a worn or damaged suspension bush, shock absorber etc can give these symptoms. Check carefully and if you are not confident with that person then ask around for another opinion before you spend out. A good experienced mechanic should be able to trace it just from a test drive, followed by an inspection.
It's the ESP warning light, You may have a ESP button on the dash which you can push to reset it, Otherwise try having the car idling in neutral and turn the steering wheel fully left then right the back to middle, This should reset the light, if it comes back you will need to get the car plugged into a diagnostic scanner to find the issue.
this is the ESP warning triangle and is normal , what this is is when
the wheels start to slip even very slightly the triangle will flash , if
you look at your switches on the dash there will be one that says ESP
off , if you press this the triangle comes on solid , press again and it
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This triangle might be the warning light that the traction control system is switched off. to switch traction control back on again, locate the button to the lower right hand side of the steering wheel, down beside the headlamp levelling switch. The button should read VSA OFF. With the engine running press this button and the lamp should go out. Note that in slippery conditions when the front wheels start to spin this triangle will flash as the traction control kicks in. Hope this helps. Stuartie.
Just press the 4wd button on the dash at any speed up to about 40mph and press again to come out .
When you turn the key on and the oil and battery lights are on the little green 4wd light should be on too if its flashing or not on check your fuses in the drivers footwell.
That light is the traction control device that's been turned "off". It also comes on if the traction control is engaged. On my it can be turned on and off by the switch next to the drivers window toggle. could it be you hit this switch? If it stays on in spite of the switch, could be a wheel sensor. Doesn't hurt performance (could say it helps performance if it's off) but tire life and driving in rain and snow make it useful to have it functioning.