Vehicle Symbol Glossary

Fasten Safety Belt Safety Alert


Airbag - Side Fasten Safety Belt


Child Seat Tether Airbag - Side


Anchor Child Seat Tether
Anchor

Brake Fluid - Anti-Lock Brake System


Non-Petroleum Based Brake Fluid -
Non-Petroleum Based

Master Lighting Switch Stability Control System


Fog Lamps-Front Master Lighting Switch


Fuel Pump Reset Fog Lamps-Front


Windshield Fuel Pump Reset


Defrost/Demist Windshield
Defrost/Demist

Airbag - Front See Owner’s Guide


Child Seat Lower Airbag - Front


Anchor Child Seat Lower
Anchor

Parking Brake System Brake System


Parking Aid System Parking Brake System


Speed ControlParking Aid System


Hazard Warning Flasher Speed Control


Fuse Compartment Hazard Warning Flasher


Windshield Wash/Wipe Fuse Compartment


Rear Window Windshield Wash/Wipe


Defrost/Demist Rear Window
Defrost/Demist

Front/Rear Power Windows
Front/Rear

Lock/Unlock Child Safety Door
Lock/Unlock

Engine Coolant Panic Alarm


Do Not Open When Hot Engine Coolant


Avoid Smoking, Flames, Do Not Open When Hot


or Sparks Avoid Smoking, Flames,
or Sparks

Power Steering Fluid Explosive Gas


Service Engine Soon Power Steering Fluid


Passenger Compartment Service Engine Soon


Air Filter Passenger Compartment
Air Filter

Power Window Lockout Check Fuel Cap


Interior LuggagePower Window Lockout


Compartment Release Interior Luggage
Compartment Release

Engine Coolant Engine Oil


Temperature Engine Coolant
Temperature

Battery Acid Battery


Fan Warning Battery Acid


Maintain Correct Fluid Fan Warning


Level Maintain Correct Fluid
Level

Jack Engine Air Filter


Low Tire Pressure Jack


Warning Low Tire Pressure
Warning

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