Honda Accord is a series of cars manufactured by Honda since 1976, best known for its four-door sedan version, one of the best-selling vehicles in the United States since 1989.
When you look at your dashboard, the color of the indicator light is as important as the color of the traffic signal. That is to say; they follow the same famous pattern. If you see something green, it is usually an on or off indicator light, such as your cruise control. The indicator is just to remind you that a system is on so that if you are turning it off, you will remember it. Think of a time when you left your indicator on for too long, but then the flashing green light reminded you.
When you proceed to the yellow indicator light, you are following the same pattern as the yellow light. A lot should slow you down because you know the light will turn red, you should keep in mind the yellow dashboard warnings as they represent an issue that may soon become dangerous. These lights usually mean the system, or system monitoring, has faults. Technically speaking, low fuel or low tire pressure are warnings that can get worse if unchecked, but they do not indicate an issue that will deactivate your vehicle.
Seat Belt Reminder in Honda Accord
This Honda Accord icon will continue to flash and beep if your front passenger is not buckled. It can also be activated if you have a bag or heavy box on that seat.
Airbag System in Honda Accord
The icon showing an airbag deployed with a person in the seat belt indicates that one of the seat belt tensioner or airbag systems is not working correctly. Check your vehicle with Honda dealer as soon as possible.
Turn Indicator of Honda Accord
The turn indicator symbols represent the indicator is switched on of Honda Accord.
Steering System of Honda Accord
There is a problem with the electric power steering system of Honda Accord. When it is safe to stop, turn the car off and then restart the engine.
Hand Break or Break System in Honda Accord
There may be a potential failure in your braking system. If you see this symbol while driving, we recommend that you pull off the road safely, park your vehicle, and request roadside assistance.
Anti-Lock Break System, ABS in Honda Accord
If there is an ABS malfunction in Honda Accord, the warning light comes on in combination with the brake warning light.
Dynamic stability control or DSC in Honda Accord
If this light blinks, the system is on, if the light stays on, there is a problem in the system and needs to be repaired.
Dynamic Stability Contorol, DSC Deactivated or Dynamic Traction Control, DTC Activated of Honda Accord
A dashboard warning symbol, a car with squaggly lines and off, is correctly used to inform the driver that the stability/dynamic control program has been shut down manually.
Runflat indicator RPA of Honda Accord
If this icon blinks and stays on, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System indicates that the tire pressure is low. Repair or replace your tire soon of your Honda Accord.
Rear Fog Lights of Honda Accord
This symbol represents the rear fog lights of Honda Accord being switched on.
Front Fog Lights of Honda Accord
This symbol represents the front fog lights of Honda Accord being switched on.
High-Beam Headlights of Honda Accord
Honda Accord\'s high beam headlight symbol indicates that high beam headlights are on. Keep the multi-function control lever away from you to switch the headlights to a higher beam.
Engine Functions of Honda Accord
Check Engine Light indicates, there could be a problem with vehicle emissions, fuel cap or misfire in a cylinder. Stop in a safe place and let the engine cool down.