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Re: Warning lights coming on with nothing happening
Loosen the positive battery cable.... start the car.... remove the battery cable.... if it keeps running... it's your battery failing... if it dies... it's your alternator. wear safety googles when you perform this test and it should be done outside where it is well ventilated.
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Make sure that there is enough fluid in the overflow jug as well as the radiator , I think the jug has a sensor it could be bad, or there may be air in your cooling system tat was not bled out of the bleeder valve if the system was serviced recently.
I suggest that you get the instructions manual, you will find what the icon indicates there... you can also visit a local dealership and have a few chat with the mechanic. I'm sure they will not charge you for a very basic question.
If the light is staying on, there is some problem with the system. the light comes on at startup as it soes a selftest. If it stays on, sounds like you will need a code reader to find out what the issue is. Try your local autoparts house. They often have a code reader and will help you diagnose the issue.