If you’re driving around Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton and see one of the lights on your Nissan Rogue Sport dashboard come on, you may be concerned about what it could mean and what you need to do.
The dashboard lights monitor nearly every system in your vehicle. It can be difficult to tell which ones indicate an issue and which ones are just there to keep you aware.
Learn more about the important lights and symbols with our Nissan Rogue Sport dashboard light guide.
This dashboard light says simply ABS, but relates to your anti-lock braking system. While it could indicate a number of issues with your brakes, or something as simple as a computer glitch, it’s important to have your vehicle inspected by a qualified service technician to make sure your brakes are safe and functional.
Battery Charging System Light
The battery charging system light looks like a battery with a positive and negative sign inside it. It monitors your battery and electrical charging system, so if it comes on, it could mean there’s an issue with the entire system or just the battery itself. Since this could leave you with an engine that won’t start, it’s best to have it inspected as soon as possible.
Master Warning Light
The master warning light is your check engine light in the Rogue Sport and looks like an engine. It monitors many components within your engine, so if it comes on, it could indicate anything from a loose gas cap to a major malfunction in the engine. Because of this, seeking the help of a qualified service technician is necessary.
Power Steering Light
The power steering light looks like a steering wheel with an exclamation point next to it. If it comes on, it could indicate that your power steering fluid is low or there’s an issue within the power-steering system. Like your anti-lock brakes, power steering is a necessary safety component of your vehicle and should be serviced immediately.
Low Tire Pressure Warning Light
The low tire pressure warning light monitors your tire pressure in all four tires. It looks like an exclamation point with parentheses on either side. If it comes on, it could mean there’s a leak or low pressure in one or more tires. If this occurs, pull over and check the pressure in your tires and head to the nearest service center if this doesn’t correct the problem.
Visit Our Service Center at Nissan 24
We’ve covered the most important lights and symbols with this Nissan Rogue Sport dashboard light guide, but there are many more. If you see a light that’s unfamiliar or have questions about your dashboard lights, the service technicians at Nissan 24 can help. We do all we can for our local customers in the Brockton, Randolph, and Stoughton areas, so feel free to stop by our dealership to learn more about your dashboard lights and schedule service or repairs for your vehicle. Contact us today!