Dashboard Warning Lights on Mitsubishis

Operating your Mitsubishi requires you to have an understanding of common dashboard lights and what they mean so that you don’t have a big question mark on dashboard lights if you ever find yourself stuck in a situation that requires you to take action. So, before taking your Mitsubishi out for a drive in Freehold, Asbury Park, or Belmar, Neptune, NJ, get to know about your dashboard warning lights and what they mean. You can visit the Sansone Jr’s 66 Mitsubishi dealership in Neptune, NJ, for a detailed outlook on these features. 

First, you must understand the different colors. A green light on the dashboard or light colors such as white or blue gives details about particular settings of your car. You must be aware of which is your high beam light, but apart from that, other such lights don’t require you to take action. 

Yellow color lights on your dashboard require you to take action, but the need for immediate action may differ depending on which yellow light turns on. While a low windshield fluid signal may not require immediate attention, other issues need to be attended to at the earliest. 

If a red warning light turns on, you must stop driving as soon as you can and have the issue diagnosed. A lightning bolt on the dashboard means that you need to have your electronic throttle control system checked right away.  

Mitsubishi Dashboard Lights 


If this light is on with the brake system light off, the ABS vehicle function will stop, but the usual brake system will still operate.

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\indsdex.pngThe access key warning light comes on when the keyless access with push-button start system signals a warning so that your vehicle is protected from theft.

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\indxfex.pngThis light signals that you need to check your engine oil level. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\invgdex.pngThis signals LED headlight malfunctioning. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\incgfdex.pngHave your Mitsubishi engine checked/repaired by a dealer if this light comes on. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\invhgdex.pngThis signals the malfunctioning of your vehicle’s electrical system if it doesn’t go off once you’ve switched your ignition on.

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\invfddex.pngThis signals that your tank is almost empty and you should fill in fuel. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\indgdtyyex.pngThis comes on when you turn on the ignition for 2 seconds to make sure proper functioning of your vehicle’s tire pressure monitoring system. If it continues to stay on even after this, there’s a problem with your tire pressure monitoring system. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\invvvvuydex.pngThis signals that your vehicle’s Dynamic Control system is inoperative. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\invygdex.pngThis signals a low level of windshield washer fluid. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\inbjudex.pngThis comes on even when the ignition is off indicating that doors/rear gate isn’t fully closed. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\indvhytex.pngThis is a signal for the driver as well as a front passenger to fasten seat belts.

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\ivuhndex.pngThis indicates that there are low engine oil pressure and improper functioning of the lubricating system. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\inbjidex.pngThis indicates the malfunctioning of your vehicle’s charging system. 

C:\Users\Ritika\Desktop\invuybjidex.pngThis exclamation point on the dashboard indicates the faulty functioning of your vehicle’s brake system.  

Source: Mitsubishi