Africa Uganda Car Care Tips: Dashboad Warning Lights
The handbrake light: If you see this light on ensure that you are not driving with your handbrake engaged. If the handbrake is disengaged and the light still stays on check the brake fluid level.The oil level light: This light means that the engine may be very low on oil in which case, add oil. If the light still stays on, it might be an indication of a bad oil pump that needs replacement. The battery charge light:If this comes on at some point, it is a sign that you need to replace your battery soon. Turn off electrical devices you do not need like the radio.ABS (Antilock Braking System) Light: If you have ABS problems get to a mechanic as soon as possible.The check engine light: This indicates that your car knows that there is something wrong and you need to have it checked out.When driving your car in Uganda be sure to heed to the above 5 call to action lights otherwise you risk sleeping on the road side when your car breaks down.
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