Skoda Superb Dashboard Lights and Meanings
Skoda has released a new Superb in two engine options that include 1.8-liter TSI gasoline and 2.0-liter TDI CR diesel units. The gasoline engine is available in two tuning states, although the power offered is the same at 177.5 hp, but the torque generated varies from 320 Nm to 241 Nm.
Czech automaker Skoda has been making the Superb since 2001 and continues production with the third generation (Mk 3). Here we cover the Skoda Superb dashboard warning lights with the meaning of each symbol and what to do according to the manufacturer's guidelines. The instrument display layout of the instrument cluster and the location of the warning lights vary depending on the model version of your Skoda Superb. Each symbol is fully explained, and in most cases, there are the manufacturers recommended action to take when a warning light comes on.
Dashboard layouts may vary depending on your version and the Skoda Superb creation date, but the dashboard warning lights have the same meaning. After turning on the ignition, some warning lights illuminate briefly as a function test. If the tested systems are passed, after a few seconds or when starting the engine, the warning lights go out.
However, it's important to know what the Skoda Superb dashboard warning lights really mean, especially since they can prevent a car breakdown or total failure, which can save you an expensive repair bill and mean it will stay safer on the road.
Skoda Superb Seat Belt Reminder
The Skoda Superb seat belt warning light with an audible chime will alert vehicle passengers to tie their seat belts, along with the ignition key for ON/ RUN position. If a vehicle driver or passenger fails to tighten their belt, the light will start flashing, and there will be a chime sound. Fasten your seat belt for safety reasons, as it will secure you.
Skoda Superb Airbag System
The Skoda Superb airbag warning light continually illuminates or does not light when a fault is detected. When a failure occurs in the airbag system, there is a risk that the system will not activate in the event of an accident.
Skoda Superb Hand Break or Break System
The red exclamation mark is the Skoda Superb brake system warning light. It comes on because the brake fluid is low. Brake fluid levels can drop when the brake pads wear out. Braking capacity may be reduced; check the brake fluid level immediately.
Skoda Superb Anti-Lock Break System, ABS
TheSkoda Superb ABS warning light constantly illuminates when a problem with the anti-lock brake system is detected. ABS works in conjunction with its normal brake to help prevent wheels from locking in sudden / emergency braking situations. The benefit of this is to allow better control of the vehicle. Have the vehicle inspected as soon as possible.
Skoda Superb Dynamic stability control or DSC
A Skoda Superb dashboard warning symbol a car with squaggly lines means is the 'Stability Control' and is often used in many models of many cars. The stability control program, also known as 'or dynamic stability control' combined various safety systems, traction control is one of them.
Skoda Superb Runflat indicator RPA
The Skoda Superb tire pressure warning light comes on with an audible alarm when a pressure change is detected in one or more tires.
1. While observing road and traffic conditions, immediately reduce your speed and avoid sudden steering movements or sudden braking.
2. Stop the vehicle, turn off the ignition and check the tire pressure.
3. Restore correct pressures or replace wheel if necessary.
Skoda Superb Steering System
The red or amber steering wheel and the exclamation point is the Skoda Superb power steering warning light. The color of the light is an indication of the severity of the failure in your power steering system. When a red warning light comes on, indicating a total failure of the power steering system. In this case, significantly more effort is required to turn the wheel, particularly at slower speeds.
Skoda Superb Engine Functions
The Skoda Superb Emission Control System Warning Light (also known as the Engine Check Light) illuminates when a failure is detected in the Emission Control System. This warning light can constantly illuminate, indicating a failure in emission control. If the light blinks, that means an engine misfire that can result in unburned fuel entering the catalytic converter. This can cause damage. In this case, have the vehicle checked immediately.
Skoda Superb Rear Fog Lights
This symbol represents the rear fog lights of Skoda Superb being switched on.
Skoda Superb Gearbox or Clutch
The amber gear / exclamation mark is the Skoda Superb automatic transmission failure warning light. The color of the light is an indication of the severity of the failure in your automatic gearbox. If the amber lights illuminate, indicating a deterioration in the functionality of the automatic gearbox. Gear shifting or certain gears, including reverse gear, may not be available. Stop the car and restart the vehicle. If this does not find the fault, contact a Škoda workshop.
Skoda Superb Dipped head lights
Skoda Superb's dipped headlight symbol indicates that dipped light is on. It is basically used at nights. Pull the lever towards you for a temporary high beam, "Flash to pass" scenario.
Skoda Superb Turn Indicator
The turn indicator symbols represent the indicator is switched on of Skoda Superb.
Skoda Superb Side Lights, Low-Beam Head Lights
This Skoda Superb dashboard warning light informs the driver that the exterior lights/sidelights/parking lights/headlights are switched on.
Skoda Superb Front Fog Lights
This symbol represents the front fog lights of Skoda Superb being switched on.
Skoda Superb Start or Stop
The Skoda Superb automatic engine start/stop light illuminates to inform the driver that the system is active. If the start/stop light blinks, it means that the system is not available. If the start/stop light comes on, it means the system is active, but the automatic engine stop is not possible.
Skoda Superb High-Beam Headlights
Skoda Superb's high beam headlight symbol indicates that high beam headlights are on. Keep the multifunction control lever away from you to switch the headlights to a higher beam.