Audi e-tron is Audi's first mass-production electric car. Audi e-tron is suitable for everyday use; it doesn't matter if you are traveling in the city or sailing with your friends. If you have this fully-electric mid-size luxury crossover SUV, you are enjoying the power of a 95KWh battery. Audi e-tron claims to have a range of more than 400 Km (248.5 miles).
Being one of the most advanced car brands, the Audi e-tron surely has many features and a lot of lights on the dashboard. Most people freak out when a warning light starts flashing, as it could be dangerous. So instead of panicking, you can find out the meaning of important dashboard symbols in this guide.
When it comes to the lights on the dashboard, the basic rule is that when you see a red warning light, you must immediately take action. A yellow light means in the near future, and most of the time, white and green symbols are merely indicator lights.
This red light will stay on until the passenger's and driver's safety seatbelts are fastened. You will also hear a warning tone above a certain speed.
This red warning light comes on to tell you that there is a malfunction in the brake system. You can also check the owner's manual for further information. It is highly advised to take your Audi e-tron to your Audi dealer. To sum up, driving while this light is on is very risky.
Do not continue driving; Firstly, stop the car carefully and switch off the engine. Secondly, check the coolant level. You should add the coolant if the coolant level is lower than the required value. If the coolant temperature is too high, run the engine idle for a few minutes. Do not drive the vehicle until the light is off, and contact your dealer for assistance.
Firstly, stop the car if you see this symbol. Secondly, check which door is not closed properly. You will notice that the light turns off when the doors are closed correctly.
The parking brake is applied. As a result, this light turns on. Flashing of this light means that braking force could not be built up or has decreased. Have a word with your Audi dealer for instructions.
When your vehicle's airbags are not working correctly or are deactivated, this symbol lights up. Your vehicle's airbags will not deploy in case of an accident. Therefore, get the system repaired immediately.
Open hood warning light warns you about the hood mechanism. To be precise, the hood is not closed properly. So stop the vehicle carefully and close the hood properly.
When you see this light, select the "P" selector lever position. Do not continue to drive and contact your Audi authorized dealer.
This red warning light turns on to warns you about low oil pressure. So you are advised to turn off the engine. Only continue driving the vehicle once the light turns off. If the light does not switch off after correcting the oil pressure, certainly contact your Audi dealer for assistance.
In case it turns on while driving, please do not continue driving and switch off the vehicle after parking it safely. Contact the dealer for further instructions. This light warns you about the electrical system malfunction, and a potential problem with the battery.
The security warning light turns on when the theft detection system is not working properly. Take your vehicle to the Audi dealer and have it checked.
ABS warning symbol turns on when there is a problem in the ABS or electronic differential lock. This can also result in a malfunction in ECS. You should carefully drive to your dealer and get it checked.
This warning symbol means that there is a problem is ALA. It means that Active Lane Assist needs to be corrected by an Audi dealer.
This dashboard light informs you that brakes are applied to all the wheels automatically on a hill when hill descent is on. Hill descent is essential for safety while driving on hills.
Electronic Stabilization Control was switched off; as a result, this light came on. Press the ESC button again to turn it on.
Blinking of this light indicates that ESC or ASR is active. But if the light stays on, it means that ESC is off. Restart your vehicle once; as a result, the ESC will turn back on.
Purpose of this dashboard light is to Indicate that there are almost 2.6 gallons of fuel left in the tank. Therefore you should stop at the nearest filling station and fill the tank.
You can also see this light in red color. It could mean that either the power steering has failed or the all-wheel steering has failed. To handle it, Stop the vehicle safely and call your dealer immediately.
A problem in the engine electronics was detected. As a result, you saw this light on your dashboard. To get assistance, call your Audi dealer.
When the fuel cap is not tightened properly, this light comes on. So stop the vehicle and close it correctly.
Fill the washer fluid so that the windshield washer system stays ready. After adding the fluid, the light turns off as a result.
This symbol tells you that the two rear wheels have been locked and they cannot rotate together. You can turn off the lock by pressing the button on your dashboard.
Loss of pressure in one or multiple tires light up this bulb. Replace or repair the tire to make the light go away.
The SERV 4WD light comes on to indicate a problem with the 4WD system. To prevent any damages, contact the Audi dealer.
Adaptive cruise control is not working properly, therefore, take your vehicle for service. The light turns white when it is inactive due to various reasons such as traffic jams.
When you turn on the headlights, this light confirms it. If it doesn't turn on, you should get it checked.
When the engine switches off due to inactivity, this light comes on. Take your foot off the brake pedal, and as a result, the engine will start again.
In case either of these lights blinks, it means that the corresponding turn signal is on. Blinking twice the speed or lower than usual means a problem with the system. Reach your Audi dealer right away.
This blue colored light simply means that the high beams are on and functional.