Suzuki Dashboard Lights and Meaning

Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation based in Minami-Ku, Hamamatsu. Suzuki makes automobiles, four-wheel-drive vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, marine outboards, wheelchairs, and a variety of other small internal combustion engines.

In this section, we cover the Japanese automaker Suzuki. Select your Suzuki model from the list below to read about the vehicle's dash warning lights. All symbol meanings are fully explained and an explanation of what action should be taken when a warning light is turned on.

Warning lights provides the information about a utility that has been enabled or disabled, to a serious failure. If you are not sure what a warning light means, it is advisable to stop and investigate the light safely, especially if the warning light is red.

Hatchbacks and Sedans

Suzuki Celerio Dashboard Lights and Meaning

Celerio

Suzuki Swift Dashboard Lights and Meaning

Swift

We have made this Suzuki 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

Direction Signs on Roads and Highways

Direction signs on the road and highway are helping us to inform the direction or position of the way ahead. They are used to alert drivers to the speed limit of a particular roadway. These are some of the many ways that highway signs reduce chaos on roads and highways. It help to decrease the rate of car accidents, help ensure the safety of pedestrians, and help drivers understand how to communicate in a non-verbal manner with other drivers to keep us safe.

Seat Dashboard Lights and Meaning

SEAT is a Spanish car manufacturer and headquaters in Martorell, Spain. SEAT's dash warning lights will be displayed in an image format along with an explanation of each symbol. Most symbols will have to take the recommended course of action if a warning light comes on.

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.