The Suzuki Swift is a subcompact car produced by Suzuki. The Suzuki Swift is classified in segment B in the European Single Market, a segment known as Supermini in the British Isles. Before this, the "Swift" nameplate had been applied to the Suzuki Cultivation in numerous export markets.
On your Suzuki Swift, a warning light or indicator lights blinks or turns on; a message may also appear on the information display. Pay special attention to red warning lights as they generally represent warnings that require immediate attention.
The following explains the warning lights on the Suzuki Swift dash. The meaning of each symbol is covered along with the appropriate action to take based on Suzuki's recommendations.
The Suzuki Swift 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.
The driver's seatbelt reminder comes on and after 15 km/h (9 mph) will flash red, an alarm may also sound for 95 seconds, depending on the Suzuki Swift model. After the alarm has ended, the warning light will constantly illuminate.
The Suzuki Swift airbag warning light should come on or blink for several seconds when the ignition is "on." It is normal and indicates that the system is working correctly. If there is a malfunction in the seat belt pre-tensioner or airbag system, the light will not come on at all, stay on for 10 seconds or more, or come on when driving.
The steering wheel and exclamation mark is the Suzuki Swift power steering warning light. If the warning light illuminate while normal driving and stays on, a fault has been detected. The steering wheel may feel much heavier and more difficult to handle at low speeds. Check the system from Suzuki workshop when possible.
The Suzuki Swift ABS warning light illuminates when the ignition is turned on and turns off soon after. If the warning light illuminates while driving, there is a fault in the ABS system. The Suzuki Swift ABS (Antilock Brake System) is a safety system that prevents the wheels from locking during emergency braking.
The Electronic Stability Program is a combination of driving aids that help keep the vehicle stable when instability is detected. The Suzuki Swift ESP warning light comes on for the following reasons:
• The ESP system has been activated due to the vehicle being driven to its limits.
• A fault has been detected.
The Suzuki Swift 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.
The Suzuki Swift Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) or 'check engine light' illuminates as part of the computer-controlled emissions system and indicates that this system requires service. This malfunction light comes on for two possible reasons:
1. A fault has been identified in the emission control system.
2. A failure has been detected with the continuously variable continuous transmission system or the Auto Gear Shift system.
This symbol represents the rear fog lights of Suzuki Swift being switched on.
The gear and the exclamation point is the Suzuki Swift transmission warning light. The warning light can illuminate steadily or blink. When light is stable, that means a fault has been detected with the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) or Auto Gear Shift system. Check your vehicle from the dealer as soon as possible. When light is Sparkly on the dashboard, that indicates the Auto Gear Shift system temperature is too high. As soon as possible, stop the vehicle and allow the system to cool down.
Suzuki Swift'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.
The turn indicator symbols represent the indicator is switched on ofSuzuki Swift.
This Suzuki Swift dashboard warning light informs the driver that the exterior lights/sidelights/parking lights/headlights are switched on.
This symbol represents the front fog lights of Suzuki Swift being switched on.
This warning light that illuminates is theSuzuki Swift ENG A-STOP or the engine's automatic start/stop system. When the ENG A-STOP system stops the engine, this light illuminates on the dash. There are some cases where the engine start/stop system does not work.
Suzuki Swift's high beam headlight symbol indicates that high beam headlights are on.