Pull over and park when it is safe to do so. Turn engine off. If you are not a mechanic call for help. Otherwise open the hood, wait a couple minutes, pull engine oil dipstick. Take notice of engine oil level reading on dipstick. If the dipstick reading shows nothing, do not drive any further until you can add oil. If the dipstick shows you have oil, you may want to have your car towed home. If you continue to drive the vehicle with the low oil pressure light on you may destroy the engine.
The term "warning light" tells you that you need to check something out.
generally speaking the warning light is to catch y0ur attention if you are not looking at the gauges. check the symbol on the warning light and check the corresponding gauge. as they work together, for example if the oil warning light comes on that means the oil pressure is dangerously low and the oil pressure gauge will register little or no oil pressure also.
No , just an engine oil pressure warning light that comes on if the oil pressure is too low
About 15 miles.
Oil pressure is low- check fluid level, if ok may have restriction somewhere or possible pump problem.
It means the oil pressure is low, which could mean oil has leaked out, which could wreck the engine.
The steering wheel warning light will come on in a vehicle when a problem has been detected within the steering system. This can include low power steering fluid or incorrect pressure.
did you look in the owner's manual??????????????????
It is your Tire Pressure Monitor that comes on when one or more tires are not inflated to the factory recommended pressure.
That is your TPMS warning light which stands for "tire pressure monitoring system". It comes on to let you know that the air pressure is low in one or more of your tires.
You probably have a stuffed oil pump or possibly a crook oil pressure sender. when it comes to oil pressure always start of by thinking the worst stop driving until you KNOW what the problem is.
the generator warning light - it indicates malfunction in charging system. The light should go off once the engines started, if it comes on while driving, the generator drive belt and the charging system needs checked.
If you are referring to the oil light then you do not reset it. The oil light comes on when it detects low oil pressure. The light will go out when the problem is corrected. Can be the engine is low of oil, does not have sufficient pressure, or the oil pressure sending unit it bad.
If the oil light comes on and an alarm sounds, it is usually an issue of a low oil pressure warning. This could mean that oil is leaking from the vehicle or that the oil pump is not working.
Buy a new motor. The sensor might be bad, otherwise you have big problems.
In the mini cooper, the amber flashing exclamation mark comes on when the tires are low on pressure and the traction changes. Keep on checking the tire pressure to control that.
Have someone check your fuel pump pressure,if you lose fuel pressure while driving,and then it comes back that would explain why it seems to start by itself.
That's your low tire pressure warning. Quoting from page 135 of your owner's manual: The light warns that the tire inflation pressure of any one of the tires is critically low. If the light comes on while driving, adjust tire inflation pressure to the specified level. That recommended pressure (32 psi cold) is also in your owner's manual. To reset the light, press the button on the lower left portion of the dash (near your left knee). Hold the button and watch the (!) light flash several times. When it stops flashing the system is reset. Note, on the '04 the pressure warning system is 'not' connected to the spare tire so check that one periodically too. If the tire pressure warning comes on frequently it's a good indication you have a slow leak needing repair. Many tire stores will do that for free along with rotating your tires. Cheers
It is a "Low tire pressure warning lamp." The reset button for it is on the left side below the dash and left of the steering column. The instructions in the owners manual is as follows. "This light warns that the tire pressure of any one of the tires is critically reduced. The light comes on when the ignition key is turned to the "ON" position. It goes off after about 3 seconds. This indicates that the low tire pressure warning system is functioning properly." "If the light comes on while driving, adjust the tire pressure to the specified level...[see pressure spec chart in the door jamb]. After the tire pressure is adjusted, the light should go off after driving at about 30km/h (19mph) for some time. If the light still remains, have the low tire pressure warning system checked at your Toyota dealer." You did not indicate any trouble with the light coming on, but because I will not be checking this website again, here is a brief insight just in case: This system uses speed sensors to measure the rotating speed of the tires while driving. Theoretically, they all should match. The tires DO NOT have pressure sensors inside them like some other cars do, so the actual pressure is not measured or known. But you may be surprised as to how sensitive it is. If you have mismatched tire sizes on the car, the light will come on. There is a way to calibrate it using the button on the dash once everything is fixed, but that is a lengthy explanation. Hope this helps...
It is a pressure which comes from the front
It's lIke a warning-warning warning period coming soon!
bleed your brakes so they are a low pressure and make sure the light comes on also make sure you fil your brakes up again afterwards or you might have some problems
The traction control system malfunction light is a warning light that indicates the tires are losing traction on the road. If driving in adverse weather when the light comes on slowing down will make it go out.
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chrysler neon dashboard oil warning light comes on when car has warmed up and ticking over at 750 rpm,revs above that warning light goes off.engine oil ok.what is the cause.thankyouIt can be a defective oil pressure sending unit or bad oil filter. Replace the oil pressure sending unit and the oil filter. If that does not solve the problem seek professional help immediately.