Hyundai Dashboard Lights and Meaning

Hyundai Motor Company is commonly known as Hyundai Motors. It is a South Korean multinational automobile manufacturing company headquartered in Seoul. Hyundai Motor Company was established in 1967 and, together with its 32.8% -owned subsidiary, Kia Motors, and it is 100% -owned luxury subsidiary Genesis Motor, together comprise the Hyundai Motor Group. It is the third-largest vehicle manufacturer company in the world.

If you have a Hyundai SUV or car, this is where you can get information on the dash warning lights and what they mean. Hyundai's dashboard warning lights are explained with each symbol that further means what recommended action to take based on the manufacturer's advice. Choose your Hyundai vehicle from the list below.

Warning lights, especially those that illuminate or blink red, should never be ignored. Red warning lights can indicate a severe vehicle failure that can cause breakdowns or safety risks for vehicle occupants.

Sedans and Compacts

Hyundai Sonata dashboard lights and meaning

Sonata

SUVs and Crossovers

Hyundai Tucson dashboard lights and meaning

Tucson

We have made this Hyundai Dashboard Lights meaning guide and will explain you how to deal with engine lights, ABS lights, airbag warning lights, and all other car warning signs shown on your dashboard.

Other Signs

Ssangyong Dashboard Light and Meaning

SsangYong Motor Company is the fourth-largest automaker based in South Korea, owned by the Indian multinational automaker Mahindra & Mahindra Limited. Select your SsangYong model for a detailed guide on each warning light and message board. All warning lights are described along with the suitable action to take.

Information Signs on Road

Traffic signs offer information regarding the road conditions in advance, give instructions to be accompanied at the major crossroads, warn or guide drivers, and make sure the proper functioning of road traffic.

Traffic Lights Signs and Meaning

Traffic lights are control and signaling devices placed at road intersections, crosswalks, and other places to guide, warn, and control the flow of traffic from vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians, and other road users.