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It means that one or more of your tires needs more air in it. Once you have refilled them, the symbol will disappear.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
The symbol will be in your owners manual in the glove box. Could be you have maintenance due, or a sensor is going off in the engine. You would need to take it to a shop so a mechanic can hook up your vehicle to a diagnostic device.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The orange check light is the Check Engine light. This comes on when you have something wrong with the systems/sensors that are controlled by the vehicle's computer. The Check Engine light comes on for a myriad of reasons, the number one culprit is a loose fuel filler cap. What I would suggest to you is to take your car to an Autozone or somewhere where you could get a scanner plugged into your car's diagnostic connector, and get the reason for the light being on identified. Once you have the trouble code, you can get back to me for additional info to rectify your situation!
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
SOURCE: i have an indicator light
this is a symbol for your TIRE PRESSURE MONOTORING SYSTEM(TPMS). Your owners manual or a dealer can explain how this system works and what to do to get rid of that light.
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
The sensor inside the tank is defective or covered in goo. Remove the sensor from the tank or remove the tank and flush it clean with hot water and a mild solution of white vinegar, if the sensor still reads the tank is low replace it.
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
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