Land Rover Dash Warning Lights & What They Mean
Tired of wondering what every single symbol on your Land Rover dashboard means? Well, we have the answers for you. Knowing the meaning of the warning lights on your dashboard can be a lifesaver when it comes to your vehicle maintenance. No need to pull out your owner’s manual every time a light comes on, here’s a quick guide to your dashboard:
This light serves as a notification that there is a warning message available in the Message center. If the light is Red, it is critical warning and if it is amber colored it is a more general warning.
If this lamp illuminates, it too will be red. This is a signifier that the engine temperature has risen significantly. You may be in danger of your engine overheating and should stop your vehicle immediately.
This light will turn green when you have a trailer attached.
If you have the Forward alert activated, this icon will turn green.
This light will turn green when the engine is shut down by the Eco Stop/Start system.
This green indicator acts as a guide for the recommended gear shift change point.
If you activate the Automatic Speed Limiter, this light will turn Amber
When this icon turns green, it means that you are using your high beams.
This icon will turn amber when the adaptive cruise control system is in follow mode.
This notification turns amber colored to let you know that you are in extreme cold weather and there may be ice on the road.
This light will turn green when you are using your front fog lamps.
If this icon turns yellow, it means that one or more of your tires are under-inflated.
This light will turn amber when your rear fog lamps are in use.
If you have low fuel, this light will turn amber colored.
This amber light means that there is a problem with your air bag system.
If this light turns amber, it means that the Adaptive Front Lighting System may have a problem.
This light for the Anti-lock braking system (ABS) will turn amber if there is an issue with the ABS.
If this red light stays on, it is signifying that there is an issue with the battery charging system.
This icon lights up when someone in the front seat does not have their seat belt on.
This light will turn amber colored if there is an issue with the transmission or engine.
If this lamp turns red, it means that there is low oil pressure and the oil should be refilled or replaced immediately.
This signal will turn red when the parking brake is on.
This light will turn green when you are using the cruise control feature.
If this lamp is on, it means that Hillside Descent Control is being activated.
This light serves as a notification that there is a warning message available in the Message center. If the light is Red, it is critical warning and if it is amber colored it is a less urgent, more general warning.
When you choose Low range, this indicator will turn green.