The Honda Pilot is the largest SUVs marketed under the Honda brand in 2002. This Honda model featured three rows of seating, a nine-speed transmission system, a Start-Stop automation system, new bumpers, standard LED headlights, grills, and revised tail lights. This model's exterior infrastructure is also modified with the reduction of the drag area by 10%.
Along with that, LED brakes, LED headlamps, automatic high-low beam, ventilated front seats, panoramic roof, and heated rear seats are its additional features. In 2020, a new black edition will be introduced in Honda Pilot.
Such advanced additional features bring out many complexities in the system, leading to a few failures. But Honda Pilot has also designed its dashboard that flickers the various lights that will alert you about any maintenance, security, or alert when it occurs in your car. The three colors, Red, Green, and yellow, are the highlights displayed on the dashboard. Red color light alerts you about any severe warning. Green color light tells you which utility system is activated, and yellow light means you about any maintenance requirement in the car.
We have written this guide, which will let you know about the actual meaning of these Dashboard lights and how they should be implemented when they blink. You can also refer to the other Honda models on our website, including Honda Accord and Honda Civic.
This warning light highlights on your Honda Pilot Dashboard to alert you that the seat belts are not buckled in your car. Do check all the seat belts and make sure that they are adequately tight.
This warning symbol illuminates your Honda Pilot to indicate to you about the technical fault in your car's airbag system. The airbags or crash sensors are probably not working, so they will not inflate in required situations. That's why, in this case, you immediately inspect your car at the Honda service centre.
The charging system warning activates on your Honda Pilot dashboard to let you know that there is a technical issue in the electrical charging system of your car. Possibly your vehicle's battery is discharging, or there is a fault in the electric circuit. In this situation, we suggest you once inspect your Pilot at the service centre.
This Dashboard light illuminates your Honda Pilot to alert you about the system's brake fluid level to indicate that it is getting insufficient. Keep check the brake fluid level in your car and Inspect your vehicle at the Honda service centre as soon as possible.
This Dashboard warning flickers on your Honda Pilot instrumental cluster to let you know that there is a technical problem with your car's power steering system. When this light blinks, then your steering wheel starts sliding in one particular direction. It might lead to a situation accident. So, we highly recommend you to check your Pilot at the Honda service centre immediately.
This stability control indicator blinks on your Honda Pilot dashboard to indicate to you the activation of the electronic stability control system. As when this utility turns on in your Honda Pilot, it will assist you by offering stability to the car's wheels along with road grips.
This dashboard Indicator flickers to know that the stability control system is getting off in your Honda Pilot. These stability sensors can't help you offer stability and automatic road grips to the car's wheels.
This Dashboard warning sign flickers on your instrumental Cluster to indicate that the tire pressure in your Honda Pilot is getting low. This warning can lead to a puncture in the tires, so in this situation, we highly advised you to check your car at the Honda service station.
This Engine Malfunction light flickers on your Honda Pilot Dashboard to alert you that there is a fault that exists in your car's engine. Maybe, there is a chance that the gas cap is losing or a technical problem occurs in the DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) or transmission system. This light is quite a severe warning. We advised you not to neglect this light and immediately rush to the service centre to inspect your vehicle.
This ABS warning activates on your Honda Pilot dashboard to inform you about the technical fault that may be occurring with the Anti-lock braking System of your car. In this case, you can still use the standard parking brake till this light is illuminating. Later you must inspect your vehicle at the Honda service centre.
This warning symbol displays on your Honda Pilot Dashboard to alert that the fuel quantity is getting insufficient in the fuel gauge. In this case, immediately fill up the fuel tank to a sufficient level for smooth driving.
This dashboard light flickers on the instrumental Cluster of your Honda Pilot to indicate to you that now the front fog lamps activate in your vehicle.
This Lamps On Dashboard symbol flickers on your Honda Pilot instrumental cluster to tell you that the headlamps activate now in your vehicle.
This direction Indicator assists you to indicate the right and left directions when you move your steering wheel. This utility system has direction assist sensors that help you turn your Honda Pilot in different directions.
This high beam symbol flickers on your dashboard to indicate that the high beams are engaged/on in your Honda Pilot.