The reason the coolant light is on in a Saturn vehicle likely indicates a low level of coolant. Filling the receptacle should fix the issue.
Coolant leak possibly no fluid in radiator, hence the picture of a radiator.
Low engine coolant level. Check and refill asap. The next light to come on will be the high temperature light. Look for a leak and get it repaired.
The engine warning wrench icon is a reference to a problem with the engine. The engine should be checked by a certified mechanic.
You need coolant.
Check your coolant level
Engine coolant temp running 220 degree F
The light is the low coolant light. It is NOT an overheating light it just means your coolant level is low
if you are talking about the orange light that looks like (sorta) a house, it would be a low coolant warning light. apparently, that is supposed to be a radiator.
That sounds like a overheating warning light. Allow engine to cool then check coolant levels.
A 1995 Saturn SC1 does have a low fuel light warning. The light comes on at about 1/8 of a tank.
it means low engine coolant just and coolant
The illuminated wrench light, on a Saturn L 300, is a warning that the engine needs to be serviced. An Amber light represents caution. A red light represents something more serious.
According to a web site I saw that light means that the engine coolant is low.
Coolant system warning light. It should go off when you add coolant.
If you mean the warning light just to the left of your engine temperature gauge that means that the engine coolant level in the coolant reservoir is low
Unless you have the triple information display on your vectra there is no warning light indicating low coolant apart from the engine temperature gauge.
Coolant level warning light. It is either your coolant warning light, wiper fluid warning light or low tire pressure warning light.
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 )
I was looking at the 2004 Ford Explorer Owner Guide and it has a picture of a instrument panel that shows a " check gage " light in the upper left corner by the engine coolant temperature gauge . The light comes on if the engine coolant temperature is high , the engine oil pressure is low , or ( the fuel gauge is at or near empty )
The yellow radiator light on your Honda Accord is an indicator of low coolant in the radiator. The red radiator warning light is an indication of the engine overheating.
it is a warning light of course
It has a " check gage " light if the fuel gauge is at or near empty , the engine coolant temperature is high , or the engine oil pressure is low
if the car is not overheating it can be the coolant senser.More info is needed to give you a more accurate answer, are you loseing coolant?does your engine backfire ?have you checked your thermostat?