There are different types of Yellow Warning Lights and here we will be trying our best to explain them and make it easier to understand when you see them and also what do they mean.

ABS WARNING LIGHT

  • It indicates a function in ABS or the Brake Assist system.
  • It is not abnormal to light on with a brake on a slippery road such as a snowy road.
  • If it is lit on the normal road surface without brakes, the system or sensor may be faulty.
  • In this case, there is no problem with normal brake operation.

Check Engine or Malfunction Indicator Light 

  • It does indicate a malfunction in the electronic engine control system 
  • or the electronic continuously variable transmission control system.
  • If failing to investigate the cause of this warning
  • may lead to the system operating abnormally and possibly cause an accident.
  • Please restart the engine and contact the sales office if it does not go out.

Low fuel level Yellow Warning Lights

  • It indicates that the remaining fuel is low.
  • It will need a refill immediately.
  • The remaining fuel is vary
  • When lit, the remaining amount of fuel varies depending on the car model.
  • Especially pay attention to the remaining amount of gas when using the expressway

Traction Control Light

  • It indicates when the vehicle’s traction control/anti-skid
  • or electronic stability system is in use.
  • Usually, an indicator that conditions are slippery.
  • It could be malfunction if the light will lights on while driving a dry, normal road surface.

Electric Power Steering warning light

  • It does indicates a malfunction in the EPS (Electric Power Steering) system.
  • If the system fails, the steering could go heavy,
  • meaning more effort will be needed to make the car change direction.
  • Please restart the engine and contact the sales office if it does not go out.

PCS warning light

  • PCS:Pre-Collision System
  • It indicates a malfunction in the PCS (Pre-Collision System)
  • or that the system is temporarily unavailable due to the vehicle being extremely hot/cold, or dirt around a front sensor, etc.

If the PCS (Pre-Collision System) or VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) system is disabled,

the PCS warning light will illuminate.

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