At Dartmouth Nissan, we're dedicated to helping you with all your vehicle maintenance needs, so you can easily get all around the New Bedford, Fall River, and Dartmouth, MA, areas.

Check out this dashboard light guide, so you know when it's time to bring your vehicle into our service center!

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Nissan: Warning & Indicator Lights

Nissan models have two different types of lights: warning and indicator. An indicator light is generally blue or white and is just letting you know that a system feature is active-such as your high beams.

A warning light will either be yellow or red, which is a sign that there's a larger issue.

Red Lights

  • Engine oil pressure warning light

This symbol looks like an old-fashioned oil can and is there to let you know that it's time for an oil and filter change or a fluid top-off.

  • Brake warning light

When you see the word BRAKE or an exclamation point circled, it's time to get the brake pads and the rotors checked out to ensure they're working properly.

  • Seat belt warning light

If your vehicle senses a passenger in a seat without their being bucked in, it will alert you with a symbol of someone wearing a seatbelt.

Yellow Lights

  • Low tire pressure warning light

This symbol is an exclamation point in parentheses and will turn on when the pressure is low in one of the tires.

  • Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) off indicator light

If you see a symbol with a vehicle veering off its path, it's a sign that the VDC is off. Unless you're trying to pull your vehicle out of the mud, the VDC should always be turned on for extra stability and traction control.

When you see a red or a yellow warning light, be sure to schedule an appointment with our service center!

Schedule Your Nissan Service Appointment

The easiest way to schedule your next service appointment is right here on our website. All you'll need to do is fill out your contact and vehicle information, a brief description of what needs to be done, and what time works best for you. Then, we'll reach out via phone or email to confirm your appointment.

If you'd prefer to speak with someone directly, no problem-give us a call or stop by our service center. We'll be happy to answer any questions you might have, so you can feel confident about trusting your vehicle with us.

Here at Dartmouth Nissan, we're dedicated to helping drivers in the New Bedford, Fall River, and Dartmouth, Massachusetts, areas with all their maintenance needs.

For more information, contact us today!

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