Stop and Check--What Do Your Volkswagen Indicator Lights Mean? Learn from the Experts at Carter Volkswagen in Seattle, WA
There are few things more panic-inducing than an unusual symbol appearing on your dashboard! Before you panic, remember the rule of indicator lights is the same as traffic lights--a yellow indicator light means you should slow down and check it out later while a red indicator light means you should find a safe way to get off the road, turn off the engine, and call our service department for assistance. You're in the right place to learn about what each indicator light means, give it a look! Here at Carter Volkswagen in Ballard, we're ready to diagnose the indicator lights on your VW to fix the underlying problem and get you back on the road. When you're looking for truly hassle-free Volkswagen maintenance, take your vehicle to Carter Volkswagen in Ballard!
When an Indicator Light Comes on, Take Your Volkswagen for Service at Carter Volkswagen in Ballard Serving Bellevue and Renton, Washington
Some indicator lights in your Volkswagen dashboard present a simple fix--perhaps you forgot to tighten the fuel cap or close the hood. For anything more serious, slow down, then make your way safely to Carter Volkswagen in Ballard. Here at our state-of-the-art Volkswagen service department, our highly trained technicians will use cutting-edge equipment and OEM Volkswagen parts and components to get your VW back into top performance shape. You can keep your day rolling with the convenience of Volkswagen Service Xpress and our carefree scheduled maintenance. Or, we'll help you find what you need in our Volkswagen parts department to get the job done yourself. It's a great time to find your next vehicle--check out our current new VW specials, our online inventory and shopping tools, and our WorldAuto Certified Pre-Owned selection. If you have a question about the indicator lights and maintenance of your vehicle, call us at (855) 587-0729 and come see us at 5202 Leary Avenue Northwest, Seattle, WA 98107--it's worth the drive from Kirkland or Redmond, WA.