GMC is an elegant large SUV with powerful V8 engines and a comfortable cushioned ride. GMC Yukon has a decent gas mileage, and there is plenty of space in all three rows. Very few competitors have as much cargo room as GMC Yukon. It also has a user-friendly infotainment system.
GMC Yukon has got a bold design that makes a powerful impression. It is engineered to provide a smooth ride even when it is trailering. Advanced technology and innovative tools make the drive more convenient.
GMC Yukon has got many dashboard symbols that help you to understand your Yukon. It is smart to take these warning lights seriously, especially when a red warning light appears. Red lights mostly represent danger, and that is also the case here. Green symbols do not represent anything hazardous, while yellow warning symbols should be dealt with as soon as possible.
You will find the meaning of your GMC Yukon dashboard lights in this guide.
The seatbelt reminder symbol is merely there for reminding you to fasten your seatbelt. The light won't go off until you fasten it.
This is a warning about the problem with one or many airbags in the car. You should take your GMC Yukon to an authorized dealer or service center immediately.
When the hood is not latched properly, this light turns on. Stop the vehicle and close it entirely because you don't want it to fly away while you are driving. If you don't notice anything wrong with the hood, take the vehicle for service to check what triggered the light.
This symbol indicates a severe problem with the brake system. You will also see this light when the hand or emergency brake is applied. If the handbrake is released and the light is still on, bring the vehicle to a stop and take your car to an authorized dealer.
This symbol appears on your dashboard when you apply the parking brake. If this light is illuminating when the parking brake is not engaged, it means that the parking brake system needs service immediately.
This symbol indicates a problem with the charging or electrical system of the car. You should stop the vehicle as quickly as possible. Otherwise, it might stop on its own. You will need roadside assistance.
If you see a wavy line under this lamp, it means that the engine oil level is low. If the wavy line is absent, it means that the oil pressure is low, and you should take your vehicle for service immediately.
This red symbol simply indicates that the coolant temperature is too high. The car should be stopped immediately if you see this warning light. You can also turn on the heater to the highest, and it will help remove heat.
The door ajar warning light Indicates that the door is open or closed incompletely. This light will also turn on if there is something stuck that's stopping the door from closing. Stop the vehicle and check the situation.
This light appears on your dashboard when you need to check the engine because some problem has been detected. You are advised not to neglect this light as it can damage the engine if not corrected on time.
ABS means the Anti-lock Braking System. ABS helps you to control your car during extreme or slippery breaking conditions. It limits the wheels from locking up. If the ABS warning light illuminates while driving, it means the system has a malfunction. The brakes will work normally, but ABS will not work. Drive at your own risk; we advise you to get service as soon as possible.
Electronic Stability Control keeps the vehicle in control in slippery conditions. If the light flashes continuously, it means that the system is working fine. If it is on continuously, it means your vehicle's Stability Control System has a problem.
You will see "off" written on the symbol when the system is switched off.
This light illuminates when the 25% inflation in one or more tires is reduced. This light becomes common in the fall when the temperature drops, and it results in lowering the pressure in the tires.
This warning light turns on when the fuel cap is loose. Carefully bring the vehicle to a stop and correct it.
This light turns on to remind you to fill the washer fluid reservoir as soon as possible. You will also find the same image on the cover of the reservoir.
The low fuel reminder will appear when the level of fuel in the fuel tank is low. Take a stop at the nearest filling station.
These are Direction Indicators. This light turns on when you are using a direction indicator. If this light is flashing at a faster pace than usual, get it checked.
This light turns on when the low beam headlights or the parking lights are switched on.
This symbol appears on your GMC Yukon dashboard when the cruise control is engaged.
This light comes on only when the fog lamps are activated. You might also see a light that is the reverse of this symbol. It indicates the rear fog lights.
The high beam light Indicator will appear on your dashboard when high beams are active.