2017 Chrysler Pacifica Dashboard Light Guide
No matter how reliable your car is, it will eventually run into problems that require dedicated service, which is why every vehicle on the road includes some sort of warning light system. However, if you’ve never experienced one of these warning lights coming on before, it can be a very stressful situation, even with a dependable car like the Chrysler Pacifica.
Fortunately, with a dashboard light guide, you’ll be able to understand your warning light system so that you can keep your Pacifica on the road in Webster, Sodus, and Wayne County. Read about the warning and indicator lights of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica and learn which lights need immediate service from a trusted dealership.
Instrument Warning Lights
- Air Bag Light: A profile view of a car passenger with a black circle in front is used to show a problem with your Pacifica’s airbag system.
- Seat Belts: If your seatbelt is unbuckled, you’ll see a light that looks like a front view of a passenger with their seat belt buckled.
- Low Fuel: A red light in the shape of a gas canister can mean that you fuel level is low and that you should gas up as soon as possible.
- Malfunction Indicator: A solid red light that resembles an engine is the Malfunction Indicator, which can be triggered by a loose gas cap. If this light flashes, it means a major engine malfunction.
- Oil Lights: An oil lamp lights up when your oil pressure is low; an oil lamp with a thermometer on top indicates a problem with your oil temperature.
- Steering and Braking: When you notice a light resembling a steering wheel with an exclamation point next to it, there is an issue with your electric power steering that needs immediate service. The letters ‘ABS’ inside of a circle warn of an anti-lock braking malfunction:
- Battery Warnings: A light that looks like a battery with the positive and negative terminal is used for problems with your battery charging system.
Instrument Indicator Lights
- Headlights: The Pacifica includes several indicator lights for your headlight system. For example, a headlight with multiple lines coming from it means your high beams are on, and a headlight with a vertical line crossed with three horizontal lines shows that your front fog lights are active.
- Forward Collision System: If you see a light that looks like a cartoon explosion with the word ‘off’ underneath, your forward collision system is not active. If the system is activated, you will see a car with stars and lines in the front.
- Lane Sense: The Lane Sense system in your 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is indicated by a light that looks like a car swerving of the road. If the light is white, your system is on and no lines have been detected; yellow means the system is on and you are presently out of your lane; green means the system is up and running and has detected all road lines.
Discover the Lights of the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica
The next time you see a warning light on your 2017 Chrysler Pacifica while driving around Wayne County, Sodus, and Webster, you should be sure to schedule maintenance at a trusted dealership like Peake CJDRF. At Peake CJDRF, our service and parts department is second to none, and can repair your car and get you back on the road quicker than you’ve ever imagined.