What Do the Indicator Lights on Your Subaru Mean?
As is the case with most vehicles, your Subaru is equipped with warning indicators that light up on the instrument cluster for a number of reasons. It could be something as simple as a signal symbolizing that your cruise control is activated or it could be a warning that there is a potential issue with your car battery. Whatever the case, it is important that you know what each light means.
For your convenience, we have compiled a list of some of the most common indicators below. It ranges anywhere from the turn signals and high beams to the check engine and low fuel light. We recommend that you get familiar with these indicators. That way, should a warning indicator light come on inside your own Subaru, you know what actions to take to address the issue. While select indicators are harmless or easily tended to, in the event that a service light such as the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) light is on, then be sure to follow up with a professional.
Fortunately, you can always count on our Service Center should you need further assistance diagnosing a problem with your vehicle. Just schedule an appointment and bring your Subaru on over when the time comes so that one of our certified technicians can look it over for you. In fact, even if your indicator light is not on, we believe that it is best practice to maintain your vehicle regularly. After all, consistent checkups are one of the easiest ways to prevent any future problems with your vehicle! So do not wait until a warning indicator lights up! Set up a time to come and see us by calling (888) 689-3158 or contacting us online. With our help, you can keep your Subaru in terrific condition for years down the line!