Dacia Duster is a sport utility vehicle manufactured jointly by the French manufacturer Renault and its Romanian subsidiary Dacia since 2010. It is a Dacia brand's third model of based on the Logan platform. The Dacia Duster dash warning lights for both generations are detailed below.
Never ignore a warning light, and if you are not sure of its meaning, the page should help you figure it out. Dacia Duster warning lights brighten on the dashboard in many colors. The blue and green symbols represent a system or utility that has been activated.
Orange or yellow represents something that needs attention soon or something that has gone off when it is on by default.
Red symbolizes danger, and, in the case of warning lights, red, flashing red, and possibly together with a chime represent an urgent problem. The Dacia Duster dashboard warning lights are detailed, with each symbol signifying and what action to take.
We have created this Dacia Duster Dashboard Lights Guide and will show you how to deal with the engine lights, ABS lights, airbag warning lights and all other car warning signs displayed on your dashboard.
The indicator lamp flickers or lights up, and a signal sounds. Make sure the safety belts are placed correctly. Safety belt reminder is activated at speeds above 5mph. It may also be activated if items are placed on the front passenger seat of Dacia Duster.
As a self-test, the Dacia Duster lights up on the dash shortly after you start the engine or turn on the ignition. If the symbol does not light up, light up, or blink while driving, a fault has been detected in the airbag system. Airbags cannot be deployed during an accident.
The red exclamation point in a circle is the Dacia Duster handbrake or the brake warning light. The symbol illuminates on the dash when the parking brake is applied or if there is not enough brake fluid.
Verify that the parking brake is fully released. If so and the light stays on, check the brake fluid levels. It can be dangerous to continue if the brake fluid levels are too low.
Warning! Bonnet of the Dacia Duster is not locked, or the locking device is not secured correctly. Stop the vehicle quickly, check the lock, and close it.
The light on the Dacia Duster ABS should come on as a self-test with the ignition key in the ON position and go out shortly after that. If the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) light does not come on or come on when driving, the ABS does not work correctly.
Electronic Stability Control Program(ESP) with understeer and traction control helps the driver maintain control of the vehicle when entering critical driving conditions, such as loss of grip. When the system is activated and assists the driver, the Dacia Duster ESP warning light flashes on the instrument panel of the instrument panel.
The Dacia Duster Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) detects a loss of pressure in one or more tires by measuring the speed of the wheels while driving. The tire pressure light comes on when a flat tire or loss of pressure is detected below the set values stored.
When this light is on, with the engine running, turn the steering wheel left and right several times in a similar manner until the warning light disappears. Check the system of Dacia Duster whether the warning light does not go out after moving the steering wheel or if it is at an angle.
This 'engine warning light' is the Dacia Duster exhaust gas monitoring system. It analyzes and detects operational failures in the vehicle's anti-pollution system. In the event of a malfunction, toxic substances can be released into the atmosphere or damage. This warning light can always illuminate on or blink.
Rear Fog Lights of Dacia Duster
Dacia Duster rear fog lights have been switched on. If the automatic driving lights control is activated, the low-beam headlights switch on automatically when the rear fog lights are switched on.
The turn indicator is on. If the indicator lamp flashes faster than usual, a turn signal light has failed.
Sidelights or driving lights are on. You should not leave them for a long time, as the vehicle batteries may discharge, and you may not have enough power to start the engine.
This symbol represents the front fog lights of Dacia Duster being switched on.
The Dacia Duster automatic engine start / stop system helps reduce fuel consumption and toxic exhaust emissions. When the system is running, a green light illuminates on the dash. When certain conditions are not met for the system to function, this amber symbol will illuminate.
Dacia Duster high beam headlight symbol indicates that high beam headlights are on.