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if you asking what i think your asking then you are trying to get the indicators to work europeon style and your back lights are wired to that silly american flashing stop light stlye ,well to change them over their is no switch as such you will have to return to the dealer to have the wiring plugs changed around and i do not know offhand whats involved but the dealer will have a boulitin for their mechanics to do this .It will involve disconnecting and changing the stoplight switch and disconnecting the feed from indicator stalk so it runs direct to the rear lights .hate this american idea as its so confusing when driving behind a vehicle with these lights
hi, all lights the first and important battery light this shows RED when the alternator NOT carging:
the oil light shows ORANGE LOW on oil:
the engine managment light shows when engine sensors detect faults shaped like an engine ORANGE light
head main beam BLUE when ON MAIN BEAM
indicator FLASHING GREEN light
hazard warning RED light
brake fluid low light RED looks like this ( )
brake handbrake ON RED light looks like this ( )
side light GREEN looks like a star
most of the important lights are RED or ORONGE gerry
Each type of car is different. However, most cars have a few lights that are identical. First off, if a light is red, it is a light that indicates a problem that must be resolved right away like the low oil pressure light(looks like an old fashioned oil can) or the fasten seat belts sign( looks like a seatbelt). Other lights are orange meaning they are not as a high of a priority. These lights can include, but are not limited to: check engine light(looks like an engine sometimes has the word "check" underneath), low gas light(different for most vehicles), etc. You can also check you owners manual for different types of lights specific to your car. And if you still have any questions, you can describe the lights to me and i will try and tell you specificaly what they do. Hope this helps
if it has an orange light with it this could be the engine warning light which means you need to get it looked at by your dealer as it could be a serious engine problem or it could just be a service indicator
On mine i had a circle with some lines around it and it was a brake pad indicator, meaning that the car has determined that you need to replace your brake pads. I have included a link to a picture. your dash may not look like this, but the orange light on the top left is the brake pad indicator light. Hope this helps!
When the car is near 12,000km since the last service,the indicator will turn yellow,if it exeeds 12,000km it will turn red.
To clear it switch the ignition on.
Reset service indicator by inserting key or another similar object of the same size into the slot below the indicator.
The service lamp will cancel the indicator for the next 12,000km.
I hope this helps you.