The Fuel Door Light is Always on when you turn on the Parking or Head lights; the light is ONLY there to show you which side of the truck the fuel door is on. If you look at it, there is No electrical connection anywhere; therefore, it has no way of knowing if the door is open or closed.
IT IS A WARNING LIGHT TO TELL YOU THAT A DOOR IS NOT SHUT PROPERLY
hit it with a hammer then drive it
If a door warning light stops working on a Honda then the unit can be replaced. Locate and light and purchased a new unit. Replace the unit and it will work again.
It means the door or cap that covers the gas tank hole where you put gas in is open or loose.
You don't! It is only telling you which side your fuel door is on not whether the door is open or not.
On a 2001 Ford Windstar : That warning light means that one of your exterior bulbs has burned out ( the warning light between the door ajar warning light and the low engine coolant warning light , located in the lower right area of your gauge cluster )
This icon will illuminate if the fuel filler cap is not installed or properly seated.
I just got this car, and the only thing I can come up with is that it's not a warning light, but simply a reminder that the fuel door is on the driver's side of the car, where the "arrow" is pointing. Not sure if this is the case, but it's the only thing we can assume. The light is the same color as the rest of the normal display which seems to say it will remain on.
It has a " service engine soon " warning light that illuminates when the engines emission control system requires service and for a few seconds when the ignition key is in the run position before starting the engine . It is located directly below the " door ajar " warning light , just to the left of the fuel gauge
door open light is on, locks and mirrors will not work