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What does a flashing Red triangle mean?

A "Red Triangle" keeps flashing non-stop. Also "Check TCO" keeps flashing!

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    Tony Oludemi Apr 17, 2014

    Thanks. That was bang on!

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TCO means that the tachograph does not work properly. Because the european legislation is very strict regarding the malfunction of the tachograph system, the truck manufacturers alert the driver about his critical situation with a warning sign, the red triangle that flashes.

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