owners manual shows it being a problem with the TCM. (transmission control module)
The warning light in the bottom area of your tachometer that looks like a circle ( gear ) with an exclamation mark in the middle is your " check transaxle " ( transmission ) warning light . If the light stays on take your vehicle in for servicing
One of your headlights have burned out.
Caution or warning
Brake System Warning (check your brake fluid, the parking brake, etc...)
That is a "Check transmission light"
Tire Pressure warning.
what is the warning light on the lowest right hand corner of a mistsubishi endeavor ? it looks like an upsidedown half circle with an exclamation point in the middle and a jagged line as the bottom of the half circle.
That would be a warning of danger ahead.
It means that you have low tire pressure.
That tires are very low.
Electronic Stability Program (ESP) warning lamp
Sounds like your parking brake is on... this can also be an indicator that your brake fluid is very low
The warning light that is right above the engine warning signal it looks half round with a wavy bottom and a exclamation point in the middle; what does it mean?
Burned out exterior bulb
i have a phone and it has an A with a circle around it?
circle with car skidding in middle
If you measure the middle of the circle and then times it by 3
tire pressure low or bad sensor
Hand brake warning light
Automatic Stability Control is malfunctioning if this warning light does not go off after you start the car. Most likely an issue with a sensor in the wheel. Take it to your dealer.
it is a straight line in the middle of a circle and a triangle going around the circle
more than likely traction control or skid control is turned off
Diameter: A straight line dividing the circle equally Circumference: The distance around the circle Radius: The middle of a circle reaching to one point of the circle
An orange circle with the cross section of a tire in the middle of it.
Your brake pads need to be replaced. There is actually a sensor wire that breaks when the pad is ground down too far, interrupting a circuit to warn you of imminent pad failure. On older models of Volkswagen this symbol was for the ESP and ASR systems, Electronic Stability Control or Anti-Slip Regulation. If it is on solid it typically represents a fault unless the function has been turned off. This is done with a button on the dash that says ESP or ASR. If it is for a fault it is normally a fault with either the ESP/ASR or sometimes with the ABS. Normally with an ABS fault you would have an ABS warning. The brake pad warning is two paranthesis with an exclamation point in between them.