Not sure what each of the service light indicators in your Honda vehicle mean? This guide will give you a quick reference to understand when and why you need to bring your Honda in for service at Avery Greene Honda.
An oil can-shaped light indicates that your vehicle has low oil pressure. Stop at a service station as soon as possible to check oil levels. You can also perform this maintenance step at home, however make sure to bring your car in for service if the light still remains on after you’ve topped off the oil.
A battery-shaped light indicates that the battery in your Honda is not charging properly. Have a technician check your battery as soon as possible in case it needs to be replaced.
The engine-shaped light means that there may be a problem with the emissions control system. A consistent check engine light means that a professional should examine your vehicle as soon as possible.
Driver-Assist Features Warning Lights
If your Honda is equipped with safety features such as the Lane Keeping Assist System or the Lane Departure Warning, you’ll find that each of these have their own service lights. When they’re illuminated, they generally indicate that the sensors are blocked, that temperatures are too high, or that there is a problem with the system.
If you have more questions about service light on your Honda, don’t hesitate to stop by Avery Greene Honda. We’re here to help you decipher what your vehicle needs and to deliver the service necessary to keep it in peak condition.