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Warning lights on dashboard staying on. Epc light. Also rear warning lights on continuously

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The spot for brakes on the dashboard has an IP lite up on it. what does that mean?


CHECK OR HAVE SOMEONE CHECK BRAKE FLUID LEVEL, BE SURE PARKING BRAKE IS NOT ON!

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EPC warning light stays on


check rear brake light when you apply brake . if not working replace brake light s.w

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Red warning light is staying on when I switch on and drive my 2001 Grand Vitara dashboard (!) - what do i do?


all the above.

i cant see lamp, why not use photos so we dont need to guess, 1000 warning lamps used.

varies by country too. what lamp logos look like.



what it is , who knows? right, lacking a photo.

the key switch tells the warning box when you remove the key.

that buzz left in is the warning, take key out now.

seem the key inserted switch is stuck but id have to see lamp.

so yes that is switch not a sensor, (but sure one could call a switch a sensor.) and sure wires can fail. and connectors.

sure its electric, is sure is not vacuum.



the warning box can worn head lights left on

or exiting car key left in ignition.

do not fool with the key switch on air bag cars or risk death or broken neck with AIR BAGS.

read the manual, see the 1000 warning there.

and the words, DEFEAT the bags using X procedures first.

do so.

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Epc warning light


please check rear brake lights if its working when you apply brake ,if not replace brake light S.w ,Epc will be erase ,

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WHAT'S EPC MEANS ON THE DASHBOARD


EPC = Engine Power Control it's the engine control module yellow warning light.
You need access and erase the EPC memory by DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) using diagnostic equipment connected to the data link connector of the car, in order to reset the EPC, and turn off the EPC yellow light.

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Warning light stays on the dashboard. don't know


i believe this is either a low tire pressure light, or low brake pad light.

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Speedo suddenly not working and two warning lights appeared on dashboard one being ABS light warning light.


If the ABS (and likely the traction control) light came on at the same time that the speedometer stopped working, you likely have a faulty wheel speed sensor at the right rear wheel. You can test this by swapping the two rear wheel speed sensors (ABS sensors). If the speedometer then works (but the ABS & Traction control lights stay on), replace the sensor that is now at the left rear (was at the right rear). If no change, you may have a fault in the ABS & Traction control - control unit.

Rear wheel speed sensor at www.bavauto.com

http://www.bavauto.com/shop.asp?HC1=0&Htarget=search.asp&HCY=2001&HCM=330i&SearchStr=rear%20abs%20sensor

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Warning lights on dashboard


Had a similar problem on older BMW. The ABS/ASC sensor in the wheel hub is apperntly prone to this if something has been changed like brake, shocks etc or got some dirt in it. The amber light could indicate a loose wire connection on the brake system or perhaps a damaged elec cable. can only be reset with diagnostic computer or special tool.

Aug 14, 2009 | 2001 BMW 330

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BRAKE LIGHTS STAYING ON IN THE DASHBOARD


i´d say you missfitted the wearing sensors while changing the pad. they work that way, that when they get chassis contact, this triggers the dashboard light.

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