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Do you understand the basics of the dashboard for those who have just got their driver's license, it's like "catching up with the ducks" to understand all kinds of warning icons on the dashboard. The indicator light on the instrument panel indicates the current health status of the vehicle. You must understand the meaning of each knowledge light to drive safely. Xiaobian reminds us that we must pay attention to these humble lamps, and it is likely that they will become your Savior. Because these lights, on or off, reflect the health of your car.

1. Engine self inspection

The engine self check indicator will light up after starting the vehicle every time the vehicle is on, and will automatically turn off after a few seconds. This process is the self inspection process of the car. When the self check is completed, the corresponding icon will go out, and the icon with fault will remain on to remind the driver to pay attention. At this time, it is better to go to 4S shop for further detection.

2. Body stability system indicator

The ABS indicators are easy to recognize, some are 'ESP' and some are a car with a track. If the ESP fails, the indicator will be on all the time.

3. ABS indicator

At present, almost all cars in the market are equipped with ABS anti lock system, and the ABS indicator light is relatively intuitive on the instrument panel of the car. Generally, it can be known that it is the ABS indicator light at a glance. Under normal condition, ABS indicator light is off except that the vehicle is on at the moment of starting. If the ABS indicator light is on, it is better to check it with the nearest 4S shop.

4. Refueling indicator

The refueling indicator is used to remind the driver of the vehicle to add fuel to the vehicle in time. When the refueling indicator is on yellow, it is better to add fuel to the vehicle as soon as possible, rather than wait until the red light is on.

5. Coolant temperature indicator

The shape of the thermometer type coolant indicator light is very intuitive. Under normal conditions, it is off. If the coolant temperature is too high or too low, it will be on.

The common indicator lights of the instrument panel usually include: door prompt, hand brake prompt, safety belt prompt, lubricating oil condition check, battery prompt and fuel quantity prompt, etc. It is recommended that you form a good habit of checking the dashboard at ordinary times to see if there is any abnormality, find out and solve it in time to avoid the occurrence of danger.