Question about 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse
This symbol keeps lighting up on my dash it looks like a yellow exclamation mark in a circle that has bumps on the bottom of it. Can someone answer this it keeps showing up had my car for an oil change and it went of for a couple days now its back.
I suspect this is a low tire indicator, mine drove me nuts when I didn't know what it was till a buddy of mine told me. (my tires did not even look low to me). I would be willing to bet that the company that did your oil change was nice enough to put some air in your tires. Doing so, your light went off for a bit, but the slow leak is now getting low again and you will need to get it patched/plugged/repaired or filled with air again to get the indicator to go back out.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Does it look something like this ?
we don't have all the info on the 2008 vehicles yet , the manufactures take sometimes up to a year to get that info to independent shops , but your owners manual should tell you first to make sure your tire pressure is correct , this would be the a TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM , if all your tire pressures are correct , you will need to go back to the dealer , for warranty repair .
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's similar, but not identical to the standard brake warning light (these usually have two circling arrows, one on each side). Check your brakes. The park brake may be on, or there is a fault in the brake system.
I think it's time for a rule requiring warning indicators to have a printed label as well as an icon. Too many people have trouble figuring out the hieroglyphics, especially when they don't follow a standard. Even if you don't read the language, you can look up the word on Babelfish. You can't do that with an icon.
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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