Fort Wayne BMW Repair | Ed's Car Care Center
A BMW is like no other car and you shouldn’t let just anyone do your BMW repair work. These cars are known for their performance and luxury standards. Their engines and suspension systems are as complicated as the electrical and computer components. You need an Ed's Car Care Center BMW experienced technician to make sure your BMW repair is done right and with the right parts.
Whether you own an i-series, xDrive, M-series or sDrive BMW, making sure the person who works on it is experienced is key to getting the right BMW repair work done. It is not just a matter of experience, but they also have to have access to the right parts. At Ed's, we order the highest quality, approved replacement parts, accessories and sensors to keep your BMW running at its expected performance level. If you are driving a diesel or hybrid technology BMW, we are experienced with the types of BMW repair procedures to take care of your investment properly.
Call Ed's Car Care Center and set up an appointment to bring in your BMW. If you need repair, we can get you in quickly. If you are running fine, then start your relationship with us by accessing one of our offers on scheduled maintenance and service. The better we know your BMW, the faster the BMW repair will happen when it’s needed. Our record keeping is stellar, so you will have all the documentation you need when it is time to trade in or sell your BMW to get the maximum return on your valuable investment.
WHAT ARE THE LIGHTS IN YOUR BMW COMMUNICATING?
The primary way your BMW communicates with you is via dashboard indicator lights or dashboard warning lights, so it is imperative to understand the meaning of these illuminated symbols. Some dashboard indicator lights may vary slightly in design between the certain BMW models. As these symbols illuminate, you will notice various colors, which indicate the priority level of the warning. The meaning and significance of the colors are listed below.
Red — Means a warning that requires immediate attention.
Orange and Yellow — Designates a warning that is not critical but requires attention as soon as possible.
Blue and Green — Indicates the BMW has features or technology that is currently active.
BMW Headlight Warning Lights
1-) The front fog lamp is on.
2-) The rear fog lamp is on.
3-) Indicates that the signal is on. When you lower the signal arm, the left turn indicates the saga turn when you lift it up.
4-) It means that the long-distance headlights are turned on.
5-) It indicates that the short headlamps and stop lights are on.
6-) Indicates that any of the parking, brake, rear fog, signal, interior lighting or license plate lamps are faulty.
7-) The outer brake lamp indicates that the bulb is faulty.
8-)The symbol on the front panel of the vehicle means the malfunction of the headlight control system.
9-) This sign in the front panel is the adaptive light system warning light.
10-) This sign appears on the front panel when the short headlights are on
11-) Battery charge warning light. This warning lamp lights up when there is a dead battery, a battery fault, a charging dynamo (alternator) malfunction. It indicates that there is no charge of the battery. If the battery lamp is on while the engine is running, there is a problem.
12-) Indicator light resembling the sun. Indicates a faulty exterior lamp.
13-) O/D OFF warning light. Overdrive means that the drive system is off. This symbol indicates that the vehicle’s overdrive system is turned off manually. The overdrive system is controlled by an on / off switch.
14-) Indicates a lighting or other electrical problem controlled by the body control module. Check all the lights. This symbol may also indicate a traction control or a communication problem between the module
15-) If you see this warning lamp, press the brake pedal so that the engine starts.
16-) Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Warning Light: The presence of this fault lamp in diesel vehicles means that the diesel particulate filter is filled with excess air.
17-) Catalytic Convertor Warning Light: This auto warning lamp means that the catalyst system is faulty.
18-) This motor warning light indicates that the water level in the fuel filter has increased.
19-) The engine air filter is dirty or old.
20-) Engine Temperature Warning Light: The engine coolant is overheated. Burning the fuel warning indicator means that the engine is overheated. You should stop the car immediately and wait for the engine to cool when the warning light flashes.
21-) Indicator light, which means the vehicle engine fuel filter is dirty or faulty.
22-) If this indicator is light. it means that the fuel has decreased.
23-) Oil Pressure Warning Lamp: If this warning light is on your display panel, the engine oil pressure has dropped. It is recommended that you stop the car immediately, check the oil level from the dipstick, and add oil to the level until it reaches the proper level. The authorized service is advised.
24-) Check Engine or Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL): This warning indicator turns on and off when the car is started for the first time. If this warning light is on when your car is moving or if the car does not go out after it is working, then your car needs to be taken to the service. If you are blinking, you should be more careful.
25-) Decrease in engine power. If you see this icon on the front panel of your car, it means the computer that controls the engine has limited engine power output. This problem is usually diagnosed by a Eds Car Care Center's professionals.
26-) Change Engine Oil warning. Indicates that the engine oil life is full, and the oil change time has come.
27-) The gas cap control light indicates that the gas cap is not properly tightened. If not handled. the Check Engine Light will also be on.
28-) DPF Light (Diesel particulate filter warning symbol for diesel vehicles)
57-) ECO indicator showing you are driving economically.
58-) This warning on the instrument display panel normally illuminates when you take the hand brake. If the brake fluid is continuously visible, there may be a problem with the brake system. In this case, check the brake fluid. However, this can take you as far as the service. If the fluid is missing, your brake pads have completed their life cycle or there is a leak in the system.
59-) This warning symbol appears if the airbag system is off.
60-) ABS warning light. If ignition does not come on when the ignition switch is “ON” position, it means that it is defective if it does not go ON after burning, and if it is on when driving, you must use your vehicle carefully, drive at medium speed and avoid braking hardly.
61-) This warning light appears if the cruise control is on.
62-) If the engine hood is open, this vehicle warning light will appear on the panel
63-) Signs with vehicle dashboard which mean that the luggage compartment is open.
64-) If you see this symbol on the panel, there is a fault in the start system of the car.
65-) Symbol indicating that the car windscreen washer is running out and needs to be filled.
66-) Safety warning: If the symbol flashes momentarily, the ignition key is locked and requires a key equipped with the appropriate transponder to restart. If the symbol is visible when the vehicle is on, it typically indicates a fault in the safety system.
67-) Traction Control or ESP: Illuminates when the car is in traction control/anti-slip or electronic stability system in use. It is usually an indicator light that indicates the conditions are slippery.
68-) Warning indicating ESP malfunction: Indicates that there is a problem with the vehicle traction control/anti-skid or electronic stability system.