If you take good care of your Jeep®, it will take good care of you. But, even if you’re diligent with maintenance, things do wear out or get out of whack. This is why it’s good to know that your car will let you know if something is wrong. This guide will help you decipher what certain Jeep warning lights mean.


You may see a rectangle with a plus and minus sign; this symbol represents your battery, and if you see this light up, it’s probably related to a faulty charging circuit or bad wiring.

Oil Pressure

If your vehicle is having an issue with its oil pressure, you’ll see an old-fashioned oil can light up. This could mean you don’t have enough oil in your tank or that the oil you do have is thick and dirty — and thus causing engine difficulties.

Check Engine

Perhaps the most concerning of your car’s warning lights, the check engine light looks like a small car motor. But there’s no need to worry, as long as you’re not experiencing apparent engine issues. The problem could be as simple as a loose gas cap or as serious as engine damage — get it checked right away.

Tire Pressure

Your tire pressure warning light looks a like a horseshoe with an exclamation point. If this symbol lights up, your Jeep is telling you that the air pressure is low in one or more of your tires, so head to the nearest air compressor and top them off.


You may see a symbol of a seated figure with a circle at its chest — this is the airbag warning, and it could indicate that the system has been disabled. There may also be a problem that could impede their function, so we advise heading to our service center before risking an accident on the road.

Air Conditioning

A snowflake symbol appearing on your dashboard has nothing to do with winter weather; instead, it concerns your air conditioning. Seeing this could mean you’re low on coolant or there’s another issue impacting the system.

Schedule Jeep Warning Light Service in Cincinnati

If you see any of these lights, or any others, on your dashboard, you don’t want to wait to address the problem. The service center at Jake Sweeney Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM in Cincinnati will diagnose it and give you an expert repair or replacement. Contact us to make an appointment!