Honda Warning Lights Meaning

Dashboard Warning Lights

What Do Your Honda Warning Lights Mean? 

Shenango Honda knows that you want your Honda to last for many years and that’s why you need to know what your Honda dashboard warning lights mean. They convey a variety of important information that keeps you and your Honda safe and healthy. Here the service team at Shenango Honda helps you understand what your Honda dashboard warning lights mean and what to do about them, and if you have questions, contact us. 

Know Your Honda Warning Lights

Of course, the Honda warning lights colors and symbols mavy vary depending on the model and trim you drive around Sharon, but these are some of the most common:

  • Oil Pressure Indicator: Low oil pressure might mean there is a leak within the system or that your Honda is burning excessive oil.
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPMS): This warning light indicates that your vehicle has inadequate tire pressure and may need more or less air.
  • Electronic Power Steering: A problem with your EPS system can be hazzordous and prevent your Honda from responding as it should, so it should be checked ASAP.
  • Vehicle Stability Assist: An issue with your VSA or Hill Start Assist system means that it could fail when trying to start it on an incline in Hubbard.
  • All-Wheel Drive: For vehicles equipped with AWD, a blinking indicator light means that the system has a problem and has malfunctioned. You need to bring your car in for service immediately. Note that a steady light simply means that the system is engaged.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control: This warning light could prevent the vehicle from maintaining the proper following distance and could cause a collision if you lose focus. Be sure to make a service appoitment at Shenango Honda right away to have it checked!.
  • Supplemental Restraint System: This warning indicator likely means an issue with the airbags or seatbelt sensors.
  • Antilock Braking: A problem with the ABS system could cause the brakes to malfunction or overheat on Mercer roads.
  • Check Engine Light: You could have a problem with the emissions control system or some other serious issue. 
  • Lane Keeping Assist: The Lane Keeping Assist System light may mean there is a  problem with the autonomous steering function.

Trust Shenango Honda to get the Job Done Right!

Whether you need routine maintenance or want to know what your Honda warning light colors mean, Shenango Honda is at your service. You can make a service appointment online, but first check our parts and service specials to see if you can save money! We’re here for you!