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  1. Tesla Charge Port Door Needs Service Warning Message Explained

    Auto industry is continuously experimenting with newer technologies to make vehicles safer and convenient for the users. On a conventional vehicle, a fuel filler door now is a part of Tesla electric vehicles as a charge port door for covering its charge port. The charge port on Tesla is located on the left rear of the vehicle near the taillight assembly and integrated in...
  2. BMW AdBlue System Fault Warning Message Explained

    Keeping the vehicle emissions lower is a common pursuit of every vehicle owner. In adherence to EPA emissions standards, manufacturers are going extra lengths to introduce newer technologies to reduce their car’s impact on environment and vehicle buyers and owners are expected to comply with the environmental safety laws. To make all newer vehicle models environment friendly, all cars have...
  3. Scania Headlamp Fault Main Headlamp Warning Message

    Even though a common name for most HID lights is “Xenon headlamps”, that contain Xenon gas, which is used to allow the lamp to produce a minimal amount of light immediately after powered-up, in order to accelerate the (much longer) run-up time of the lamp. It has a distinctive bluish color which separates HID headlamps from the regular lamps with...
  4. Scania Headlamp Malfunction Warning Message Explained

    Those bright bluish headlamps that really light up the road and make distant street reflectors and signs visible to the driver during night drive are known as high intensity discharge lights. These lights are powerful than other traditional tungsten light bulbs and uses xenon gas to create a bright and much focused beam light. This light does not create a...
  5. Tesla Tire Pressure Monitoring System Fault Warning Explained

    Tire pressure monitoring system fault may be the most common warning that many drivers come across off many times. However, this error can be fixed immediately and cost effectively; you should never risk your drive by ignoring this error because a low tire pressure may result in accident and cause serious harm to the rims. What is Tire Pressure Monitor...
  6. Volkswagen VW Park Pilot is currently not available warning message explained

    Driver assist features are one of the most requested items on many vehicles now. Many vehicle brand manufacturers including Volkswagen VW are now providing these features as factory fitted components but in the older models also, these features can be retrofitted. Park Pilot and Park Assist are two most common features that are a part of Volkswagen drive assist system...
  7. VW Volkswagen Skoda check number plate lighting warning message explained

    All the lights in your vehicle serve the purpose of making your drive on public roads easier and safer. When headlights illuminate the way ahead for the driver, sidelights also known as parking lights makes your car more visible to other drivers on the road during the time when it’s not dark enough for main lights or you’ve parked your...
  8. Mercedes-Benz Rectify Tyre Tire Pressure Warning Message

    Most modern vehicles now come equipped with a sophisticated tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) including Mercedes Benz, BMW, Jaguar, VW etc. This system checks the pressure in each of the four tyres of vehicle in real-time and indicates any problem on the dashboard. There are several advantages of driving with properly inflated tyres and this is why Mercedes TPMS system...
  9. Audi Automatic Headlights / Automatic Wipers Defective Warning Message

    While every generation and model of Audi will have slightly different dashboard indicator and warning lights, every one of these sends a specific message to the driver as per the activities and the operations within the Audi. These messages are normally triggered by the respective sensors to make the drive easier, safer and comfortable during all times of the day...
  10. Audi Vehicle lights malfunction - Left Right Dipped headlight warning message

    The number of High-Intensity Discharge lights as known as HID lights is increasing on the road. As it now comes as a standard to many high-end vehicles giving a premium stylish look that some halogens can’t achieve. Xenon bulbs work differently than halogens and produce a brighter, whiter light than a halogen car. Unless you decide to buy and own...

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