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Hi...I would just like to know what each symbol represents...i.e. a square bucket with water waves in the lower half with a fan in the center and an obvious spout on top...please lend a hand. We purchased the car 'new to us' and there was no manual. Thank You in advance! S

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A square bucket with water waves in the lower half with a fan in the center denotes or represents the coolant radiator.

This symbol comes on when the radiator water is low or when there is an issue with the radiator or radiator fan.

Simulate the car by parking close to a wall with the gear on park and the car running. Open the hood and take note if the radiator fan is rolling or if the radiator water is leaking.

Be careful not to open the radiator cap.

Good luck.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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