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13th November 2017

Warning lights and what they mean

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Dashboard warning lights are a feature of every modern Ford, although there’s a lot of them, they aren’t as complicated as you might think.

We’ve put together a list of the most popular lights with a brief description as to what each one means.

*In the event of an information or warning light being displayed on the dash, your first port of call should always be your vehicle’s handbook or Ford Pass App. Whilst the above list identifies the majority of possible lights, this list is not exhaustive. All lights may not be applicable to your vehicle.

It is the driver’s responsibility to check fluid levels, tyre pressures, bulbs and general roadworthiness. Warnings are an advisory measure.

Guide based upon symbols and text from Ford vehicle handbooks. Ford of Britain, all rights reserved.

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