Land Rover warning lights can be broken down into three types of lights - red, amber and green.
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Take a look at our guide to Land Rover warning lights to help you take better care of your vehicle.
A Land Rover is a reliable, quality car. But all vehicles can develop a fault or need inspection or repairs from time to time.
Modern Land Rovers feature multiple monitoring tools to monitor performance and indicate a potential problem as needed. Featuring a selection of dashboard warning lights to alert you to issues, you can drive with confidence.
It’s important to get to know your Land Rover’s warning lights to make sure you know what to do if there’s a problem, and when to book a service.
When you turn on your vehicle’s ignition, the 12v battery charge light should come on to indicate that the bulb is working, and once the engine has started this will stop. However, if the light stays illuminated or it comes on suddenly while you’re driving, then there could be a fault with the battery.
If your low oil pressure indicator illuminates or begin to flash, stop driving as soon as you safely can, making sure you turn off the engine completely after you’ve stopped. Inspect your oil level and top up if required.
Your triangle critical warning light will illuminate when there is an important message displayed on the instrument panel and should be investigated as soon as possible.
If the engine’s temperature is too high, the engine temperature warning light will come on. This will be accompanied by a warning message on the instrument panel. If this happens while driving, stop the vehicle when it is safe to do so. You can then report the fault or get some advice.
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