Subaru Outback Dashboard Lights and Meanings
Outback is a wagon, manufactured by the Japanese automaker Subaru. The cabin is awash with high-end materials, both rows of seats offer ample space to relax, and the cargo capacity is excellent for the class.
Here is the dash warning lights are available for the fourth-generation of the Subaru Outback (Mk 4) and the fifth-generation (Mk 5). The dashboard display layout and warning lights location may vary depending on the year of manufacture and model version of your Subaru Outback.
The Subaru Outback dash warning lights help you to understand failure in your vehicle. They can prevent a car from a breakdown or total failure, which can save you from an expensive repair bill. If these lights are working correctly, no warning light is illuminating; it means you stay safer on the road.
Seat Belt Reminder in Subaru Outback
The red seat belt warning light on Subaru Outback illuminates along with an audible alarm notifying the driver, and front passenger must fasten their seat belts.
Airbag System in Subaru Outback
If the airbag warning light has any of the following conditions, have the airbag system examined immediately. There may be a defect in the seat belt pre-tensioners or the SRS airbag system and may not deploy in the event of an accident.
1) The airbag warning light starts blinking or flashing.
2)The airbag warning light does not illuminate when the ignition is initially switched to "on."
3)The airbag warning light stays on always.
Hand Break or Break System in Subaru Outback
Depending on your Outback model, this red warning light can be displayed as the circle with an exclamation mark or as the text 'BRAKE'. If the brake warning light illuminate after the engine has started and the electronic parking brake has been released, turn off the engine and restart it. If the warning light illuminate while driving, it may indicate low levels of brake fluid, a leak in the brake system, or worn brake pads.
Anti-Lock Break System, ABS in Subaru Outback
The Alfa Romeo Giulia ABS dashboard symbol means 'anti-lock brake system' and should come when the ignition key is switched to ON/RUN for four seconds. ABS helps prevent wheels from locking under heavy braking. If this symbol arrives while driving or fails to come at all with ignition, then ABS is at fault and is not functioning. If the brake sign light is not on, the conventional brake system will continue to operate normally. Drive the vehicle to the service center to restore ABS.
Dynamic stability control or DSC in Subaru Outback
Vehicle Dynamics Control uses ABS to determine any loss of tire traction, and as a result, lowers engine power or automatically applies the brakes to help stabilize the vehicle. If the ABS fails, the VDC will also stop working. In this case, the ABS light will also illuminate along with the VDC warning light. If the VDC system electrical circuit fails, only the VDC warning light comes on and the ABS remains operational.
Runflat indicator RPA of Subaru Outback
The Subaru TPMS dashboard symbol stands for 'Tire Pressure Monitoring System' and is displayed on the dashboard with a message indicating that the tire pressure is lower than the value stored in the system. Driving with the tire at the recommended pressure will increase fuel use and tire wear.
Engine Functions of Subaru Outback
The Subaru Outback Engine Check symbol should only appear when the ignition is switched to ON/RUN. If the light does not come on at all during driving or is on, the system is malfunctioning. Many defects, including vehicle sensors, may be associated with MIL lighting. The vehicle will need to be connected to the diagnostic tool to diagnose the fault. Drive the car at moderate speed and avoid heavy acceleration.
Rear Fog Lights of Subaru Outback
This symbol represents the rear fog lights of Subaru Outback being switched on.
Dipped head lights of Subaru Outback
Subaru Outback '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.
Turn Indicator of Subaru Outback
The turn indicator symbols represent the indicator is switched on of Subaru Outback .
Side Lights, Low-Beam Head Lights of Subaru Outback
This Subaru Outback dashboard warning light informs the driver that the exterior lights/sidelights/parking lights/headlights are switched on.
Front Fog Lights of Subaru Outback
This symbol represents the front fog lights of Subaru Outback being switched on.
High-Beam Headlights of Subaru Outback
Subaru Outback '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.