Suppose you’re driving along in Des Moines, Ankeny, or West Des Moines and you see one of the lights illuminate your dashboard area. What do you do? The first step is figuring out what exactly the light could mean, and whether or not you must schedule a service appointment. Make sure to check out our service specials to ensure you’re getting the best deal!
With our handy guides, we will help you figure out which dashboard symbol you’re seeing and what it means. At Kia of Des Moines, we offer comprehensive outlines, so we’ll help you discern what your particular illumination may mean.
Our dashboard symbol guides are helpful in that they give a brief outline of what may be going on with your car. We break it down into understandable language, including a brief description of the symbol you may be seeing, in order to help our drivers know the difference between immediate needs and a simple notification symbol.
If you’re noticing a dashboard symbol shaped like a battery with the word “key” inside it, this is indicative that the battery in your smart key may need to be replaced. However, you may also notice a road with a snowflake at the base, and this means that the temperature has dropped low enough that the vehicle is issuing a warning for the driver; this signifies the possibility of icy road conditions.
All these examples and more are available in one of our dashboard symbol guides that have been created for our most popular models. We make it possible for you to be in the know about your car at all times. If you’re a multiple Kia family, these dashboard light symbols guides are all available in one convenient location.
Once you’ve gone over one of our guides to determine what may be going on with your car, you may discover it needs something from us. In our service department, we can help you turn off the lights and achieve the peace of mind that comes along with a car in perfect condition.
Call us at Kia of Des Moines or go online to schedule service with us to get your vehicle on the right track. You should be exploring the Des Moines, West Des Moines, or Ankeny areas, and not thinking about your tire pressure light!