Subaru Warning Light Services
Subaru Warning Lights Explained
Oil Pressure Light
Engine oil is critical to your engine's functioning, so an oil pressure light is something you should pay attention to. This light looks like a red oil can (or a genie's lamp), and it means that your vehicle's oil pressure or oil level is low. If the oil pressure light turns on, you should pull over and turn off your vehicle as soon as possible; then, call for a tow truck to bring you to Austin Subaru near Cedar Park, Texas.
Check Engine Light
If the check engine light in your Subaru turns on, it means that a sensor has sent your vehicle's Engine Control Unit (ECU) evidence of a problem. A solid check engine light is likely not an emergency, but still get it looked into as soon as possible. If the check engine light is flashing, it means that you should turn the engine off as soon as you can or risk damage. Our technicians will hook a code reader up to your Subaru and find out which sensor is the source of the trouble so they can recommend the best course of action.
Tire Pressure Light
This light lets you know that one or more of your tires lacks sufficient tire pressure. If you notice this light, you should check your tire pressure and add more air. If the light continues to turn on, you may have tire damage and should come to Austin Subaru.
Additional Subaru Warning Lights
There are numerous other dashboard indicator lights in your Subaru that point to problems with the AWD system, the charging system, the differential, the airbags, and more. These are just a few, so it’s best to familiarize yourself with the lights as listed in your owner’s manual.
Schedule Warning Light Diagnostic Service at Austin Subaru
When you’re ready to have your Subaru checked out, feel welcome to schedule a service appointment online or over the phone at Austin Subaru. We look forward to helping you and your Subaru!