We all know the feeling. When you see a new light appear on your Toyota, many Portage drivers can get stressed out. With so many lights on the dashboard, your Toyota will let you know when there's a problem. If you have a new light on your Toyota's dashboard, you don't have to flip through your manual. Instead, refer to our Dashboard Light Guide to find out why your dashboard has a new light illuminated.

About Our Dashboard Light Guide

The Dashboard Light Guide was made for an easy user experience. On this page, you can find an interactive graphic with all 22 indicator lights. With this easy-to-use interactive graphic, you can click on the indicator lights to be taken to an explanation behind its meaning. By reading these descriptions, you can learn more about what these lights mean, what to do to prevent them from illuminating, and what to do if they illuminate.

Dashboard Lights to Watch

When you're driving around Portage, lights on your dashboard are bound to come on. While these lights can often indicate something harmless, such as your high-beams or turn signals being activated, others can be more serious.

Here are a few lights that indicate you need to take your Toyota to our service station as soon as possible:

  • Engine Management Light: Also known as the "Check Engine" light. If you see this light, then your vehicle has detected a fault with the engine management system. Bring your Toyota to Metro Toyota for an inspection.
  • ABS Warning Light: When you see this light, your vehicle has detected a fault in the anti-lock braking system. While you won't lose braking ability immediately, you should bring your vehicle to Metro Toyota as soon as possible to have the problem corrected.
  • Maintenance Required Reminder Light: This light will turn on every 5,000 miles to let you know that you need an oil change or a tire rotation, which can be done at our service station.

Visit Metro Toyota

If you have a new dashboard light on that has you concerned, visit our service station near Portage for a complete diagnosis!

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