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I assume this is a manual transmission dakota? The triangle is suppose to light up indicating to you to shift the transmission to a higher gear. This was in theory a device to help you get the best gas mileage. It is also known as a "dummy" light.
The short answer is no. The air-bag warning light came on. Something has gone wrong and warrants a look to see what has happened. You would need to buy a special scan-tool to look at the live data, at stored codes, and after the repair is done, then reset the air-bag system. Please don't tamper with the yellow connectors unless you know what to do. Static charge can set off an air-bag.
Are your hazards lights on? I don't know your car but The triangle most of the time is hazards lights. Now when you turn your key on all the light should come on then go off, If on stays on in some cases it could be just a bulb. To check your Bulbs use you turn singles / blinkers. You can get them on by turning key to on with out starting car. Then turn on our left by pushing switch down first. Check driver side front & rear. Then check passenger side by switching to the right switch up. Good luck
This warning light, nothing to weary about this light comes on when you push in the button
on your dash or when you are driving on roads that need extra traction
the ESP automatically turns on this is just a safety feature your car