These are the dashboard warning lights for the Jaguar E Pace. Warning lights illuminate in different colours. Red warning lights are primary warnings that must be investigated immediately as they can indicate a safety issue. Amber and yellow lights are secondary warnings that may indicate a non-urgent issue. Green and blue lamps within the instrument panel indicate a system’s status.
Your Jaguar E Pace dashboard instrument display, warning light symbols and symbol location may vary depending on your vehicle model and location of purchase.
Battery Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace battery warning light comes on initially as a bulb check but should go out when the engine starts. If it remains on after ignition, do not continue driving. If the battery warning light comes on while driving, it indicates a charging fault. When battery charge has expired, the engine may stop. To prolong battery charge, immediately turn off any electrical systems that aren’t required such as heating etc. Check alternator, alternator belt and have battery tested along with the connections and wiring.
Brake Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace brake warning light may illuminate on the dashboard in either red or amber:
Red: Immediate action is required if the red brake warning light illuminates. This symbol may illuminate along with a message indicating low brake fluid level. Check brake fluid and top up if necessary. If brake fluid levels are acceptable and the warning light remains on – even after topping up, it indicates a brake system failure. In this instance, do not continue driving and contact a Jaguar workshop.
Amber: The amber brake light indicates either worn brake pads or a minor brake system fault. You can continue driving but have the issue rectified as soon as possible. Note: on some versions of the E Pace, this symbol may be displayed as the word BRAKE.
Warning Message Light
The Jaguar E Pace warning triangle containing an exclamation mark is a message indicator. The red triangle indicates a critical message and the amber triangle indicates a non-critical message. If a persistent fault is detected, the instrument panel displays a warning message each time the ignition is switched on. Press the OK button on the steering wheel to extinguish the message. Some messages may also display the handbook symbol which requires you to read the owners manual for further information.
Diesel Exhaust Fluid Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace diesel exhaust fluid warning light (DEF) also known as AdBlue comes on in red or amber. The red diesel light means that DEF is running seriously low, the wrong fluid has been added or that there’s a fault with the system. The amber DEF light can also illuminate if the wrong fluid has been added, a minor fault has been detected or that DEF is starting to run low.
Jaguar E Pace AdBlue Distance Check
The distance until the AdBlue tank is empty and the volume of AdBlue required for refill can be viewed in the instrument panel as follows:
- Switch the ignition on.
- On the steering wheel control, press the menu button.
- Navigate to Vehicle info using the navigation buttons.
- Press the OK button to confirm selection.
- Scroll down to highlight Next service.
- Press the OK button to confirm selection. The Diesel Exhaust Fluid range and refill volume is displayed.
Electronic Parking Brake Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace electronic parking brake warning light illuminates in red indicating that the parking brake has been properly applied. If the light flashes, it means a fault has been detected. A warning message and the amber brake warning light also display. If you are having issues releasing the parking brake, press and hold the button in. Note: on some versions of the E Pace, this symbol may be displayed as the word PARK.
Engine Temperature Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace engine temperature warning light comes on in red when the engine is overheating. This could be due to a mechanical failure or that the engine coolant is too low, possibly due to a leak. If the light comes on while driving, come off the road as soon as possible and switch off the engine. Leave until cool and when the engine has cooled, check coolant levels. Top up if required but only continue driving if the light goes off.
Exhaust Filter Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace exhaust filter warning light comes on in red, amber or green.
Red: The red warning light is displayed when the diesel particulate filter (DPF) is full or there’s a fault with the system.
Amber: The amber warning light is displayed when the DPF is becoming full and has failed a regeneration (self-cleaning).
Green: The green light is displayed when a successful regeneration has been completed.
Jaguar E Pace Exhaust Filter DPF Cleaning
To clean the exhaust filter / DPF on your Jaguar E Pace, drive steadily at speeds between 60 km/h and 112 km/h (37 mph and 70 mph). This should take around 10 to 20 minutes to complete. Self-cleaning can occur at lower vehicle speeds, but the process may take a little longer at a 50 km/h (30 mph) average speed. If the red warning light remains lit, have your vehicle serviced as damage may occur.
Lane Departure Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace lane departure warning light illuminates in red or green.
Red: The red lane departure warning light illuminates when your E Pace crosses a lane marking without the driver using the appropriate indicator. A vibration will be felt through the steering wheel. The left or right lane line illuminates depending on which boundary has been crossed.
Green: The green lane departure warning light comes on when the system is enabled and is tracking lane lines.
Low Oil Pressure Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace low oil pressure warning light is one of the more critical warnings. Low oil pressure is due to a fault in the engine lubrication system. Continuing to drive with low oil pressure can cause significant engine damage. If this warning light come son while driving, pull off the road as soon as possible and switch off the engine. Check oil level and add oil if required. Start the engine and check that the oil light has extinguished. Only continue driving if the light has not come on. If it remains on, switch off the engine and contact Jaguar workshop.
Airbag Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace warning light should illuminate as the ignition is switched on as a bulb check. It extinguishes after 6 seconds. If it remains on or comes on while driving, it indicates a fault. Usual causes are sensor faults with the seat, wiring under the front seats or an object being stuck in the buckle.
ABS Warning Light
ABS stands for anti-lock brake system and the Jaguar E Pace ABS system is designed to prevent the wheels form locking during heavy braking. If the ABS warning light comes on, it means normal brakes will continue to work as usual, but ABS will not function. The common reason for ABS failure is due to a wheel speed sensor becoming faulty.
Check Engine Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace check engine warning light is related to an emissions fault. The vehicle is safe to drive, but the problem may worsen if not dealt with as soon as possible. The E Pace may enter limp-home mode. This is a safeguard system that’s designed to protect from further damage. Vehicle performance is likely to be reduced. If the Jaguar E Pace check engine warning light flashes, reduce speed and avoid pushing the engine too hard as this may result in damage to the catalytic converter. There are many faults associated with the check engine light. Engine diagnostic equipment is required to read fault codes. Some common faults are:
- Mass airflow sensor
- Oxygen sensor
- Exhaust gas recirculation valve (EGR)
- Ignition system
- Blocked fuel injectors
- Catalytic converter
- Loose filler cap
Stability Control Warning Light
DSC, or dynamic stability control is the Jaguar E Pace’s stability system. It helps to maintain stability if the vehicle becomes unstable during understeer and oversteer. DSC can alter then engine power and brake individual wheels. The system also help to increase traction when wheel slip is detected. When the system is operating, the DSC light flashes. If it stays on, there’s a fault. DSC works with ABS wheel speed sensors and so it is often the reason of the fault.
Low Temperature Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace snow flake warning light is an indicator of low external temperature. If the snow flake warning light remains lit, drive with caution as the roads may be icy.
Tyre Pressure Warning Light
This yellow symbol is the Jaguar E Pace tyre pressure warning light. It comes on to warn the driver that one or more tyres has become under-inflated. A warning message will also be displayed. This warning light flashes when there’s a fault with the system. The Jaguar E Pace uses air pressure sensors in each tyre. If a wheel has been fitted that does not contain a sensor, the warning light flashes. If you have adjusted tyres pressures, the tyre pressure system will recalibrate and reset after driving for 15 minutes.
Auto Stop Warning Light
The Jaguar E Pace auto stop system automatically shuts the engine down when the vehicle comes to a stop. The system is designed to improve fuel economy and to reduce toxic emissions. When the engine is stopped by the system, it goes into standby and the green symbol illuminates. If auto stop is unavailable and the engine is required to be running, the white auto stop symbol with a strike thought it is displayed.
7 thoughts on “Jaguar E PACE Dashboard Warning Lights”
is there a low level warning light for screen wash on jaguar e pace.
I don’t think there is
What does this symbol mean ((⚡️)) ? and if a Iine that goes through it.
It comes and go.
Radio also not playing, no sound with anything.
Wasn’t aware that this warning light was associated with the Jaguar E Pace, but it’s usually related to the throttle control Body. Often a sensor issue, such as throttle position or control sensor. Sometimes also due to the wiring. In terms of Jaguar, it has been used to indicate that a fuse has blown – might relate to your radio! IF it is a fuse, replacing it might just blow it again, so if it does, you’ll need to find out what the problem is.
Thank you for your reply.
Radio and all sound has been restored at our next trip but that little sign comes and goes with the line across but everything seems to be fine? Will ask the salesman who sold us the car…
Still a mystery 😅
Yes, hopefully the salesman will know. Surprisingly though, often the people who sold you the car, even sometimes the main dealers don’t know what certain warning lights are.
Oh no! 🙈