Jaguar F-PACE Dashboard Warning Lights

Jaguar F-PACE Dashboard Warning Lights

These are the dashboard warning lights for the Jaguar F-PACE, both diesel and petrol versions. The Jaguar F-PACE SUV has been on sale since 2016 and depending on your model version, will feature either a digital or analogue dashboard. Warning light location will vary depending on the dashboard display type.



SymbolWarning Light Description / Action
Jaguar F-PACE Battery Warning Light
Battery
Name: Jaguar F-PACE battery warning light.
Colour: Red
Description: For normal operation and as a bulb check, the battery warning light comes on when the ignition is switched and goes out when the engine has started. The battery light remaining on or coming on while driving means there's a charging system fault. This is an urgent matter as the engine may not operate after a period of time.
What to do
Immediately turn off any systems that are not essential that consume electric. This could be the air con, heater / blower etc. Drive immediately to your nearest vehicle repair workshop.
Things to check
▷ Check battery connections are tight and not corroded.
▷ Check alternator belt is in place and not loose.
Jaguar F-PACE Brake Warning Light
Brake
Name: Jaguar F-PACE brake warning light.
Colour: Red
Description: If the red brake warning light comes on when driving, the reason may be:
▷ Low brake fluid
▷ Brake fault
What to do
It's advised that you immediately stop and check the brake fluid level (diagram 'A'). If you do not have any Jaguar brake fluid, use a non-petroleum based brake fluid meeting specification DOT4 ISO 4925 Class 6. Ensure the area around the cap is clear of dirt to avoid contaminating the fluid reservoir. If after filling with fluid the brake warning light remains on, seek assistance from Jaguar before continuing your journey.
Jaguar F-PACE brake fluid tank location
Jaguar F-PACE brake fluid tank location
Jaguar F-PACE Brake Warning Light
Brake
Name: Jaguar F-PACE brake warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: If the amber brake warning light comes on while driving, it's a non-critical fault either with the brake system or the brake pads are worn. You can continue driving.
Jaguar F-PACE Critical Warning Triangle Dash Light
Critical
Name: Jaguar F-PACE critical warning light.
Colour: Red
Description: The red triangle containing an exclamation mark is a critical fault light. A message displays in the instrument panel. It's advised that you safely stop as soon as possible to investigate the fault.
Jaguar F-PACE Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Warning Light
DEF
Name: Jaguar F-PACE Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) warning light.
Colour: Red / Amber
Description: Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is also known as AdBlue is a requirement of EU6 emissions legislation and is injected into the exhaust system to clean exhaust gases. The DEF warning light illuminates to warn the driver that DEF levels are extremely low. If you run out of DEF, your vehicle will not restart once the engine has been switched off. To restart the vehicle, 3.6 litres of DEF must be added into the tank. The instrument panel displays messages when the warning light illuminates.
Note
The DEF warning will also illuminate in amber to indicate that the incorrect fluid type has been added to the system or if there's a fault with the system, or if DEF is getting low but not at critical levels.
Jaguar F-PACE Electronic Parking Brake Warning Light
EPB
Name: Jaguar F-PACE Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) warning light.
Colour: Red
Description: This warning light illuminates when the RPB is applied. The EPB warning light will flashes if a fault is detected during the operation of the EPB. If a fault is detected with the EPB not during operation, the amber brake warning light illuminates.




Jaguar F-PACE Electronic Parking Brake Warning Light
EPB
Name: Jaguar F-PACE Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) warning light.
Colour: Red
Description: This warning light illuminates when the RPB is applied. The EPB warning light will flashes if a fault is detected during the operation of the EPB. If a fault is detected with the EPB not during operation, the amber brake warning light illuminates.
Jaguar F-PACE Engine Coolant Overheating Warning Light
Overheating
Name: Jaguar F-PACE engine temperature warning light.
Colour: Red
Description: The engine temperature warning light illuminates when the engine's temperature is too high. A message will also display on the instrument panel. Continued driving may cause engine damage. Stop as soon as safely possible, leave engine to idle. If the warning light remains on, switch off the engine and allow to cool for several minutes. Check coolant levels. Be cautious as steam may exit the coolant tank if removing the cap. Top up with coolant if required (A), normal water can be used in emergencies.
Jaguar F-PACE engine coolant tank location
Jaguar F-PACE engine coolant tank location
Jaguar F-PACE Exhaust Filter (DPF) Warning Light
DPF
Name: Jaguar F-PACE exhaust filter warning light.
Colour: Red / Amber / Green
Description: The exhaust filter, or diesel particulate filter (DPF) warning light illuminates for the following reasons:
Red: The diesel exhaust filter warning light illuminates when the exhaust filter is full or there is a fault with the exhaust filter system. A message may appear on the instrument panel.
Amber: The amber exhaust filter warning light illuminates when a previous cleaning attempt (regeneration) has failed and the filter is becoming full (saturated).
Green: The green exhaust filter warning light illuminates when a successful regeneration has been completed.
Jaguar F-PACE Diesel DPF cleaning
Vehicles fitted with diesel particulate filters collect particles in the exhaust filter and have a more efficient emissions control. These filters become full (saturated) and require cleaning (regeneration). This is usually done automatically but depending on driving habits such as frequent short journeys, the system may require driver intervention. If the amber or red warning light illuminate, exhaust filter cleaning is required. Drive at a steady speed of 37 mph and 70 mph (60 km/h and 112 km/h) for between 10 to 20 minutes. This can be done at a slower speed but the process takes longer. Try to avoid stopping the vehicle as this may interrupt the cleaning process. The warning light will go out when cleaning is successful. If the red exhaust filter warning light remains on after cleaning, contact a Jaguar workshop immediately as damage to the emissions control system could result.
Jaguar F-PACE petrol exhaust filter cleaning
As with the diesel version of the F-PACE, the filter may require cleaning with driver support. This may be the result of repetitive cold starts or continuous full-load driving. To clean the filter, drive steadily below 50 mph (80 km/h) for up to 15 minutes to clean the filter. The warning light will go out when the cleaning process is complete. If the red warning light remains on, contact a Jaguar workshop urgently to avoid emissions control damage.
Jaguar F-PACE Lane Departure Warning Light
Lane Departure
Name: Jaguar F-PACE exhaust filter warning light.
Colour: Red / Green / Grey
Description: Lane departure warning system alerts the driver when the vehicle is in danger of crossing a road lane if a signal has not been applied.
Red: The lane departure warning light comes on in red if the vehicle has crossed a line line and if the driver has not applied the appropriate direction indicator. A vibration is also felt through the steering wheel to alert the driver.
Green: The lane departure warning light comes on in green when lane markings have been recognised.
Grey: The lane departure warning light comes on in grey to confirm the system is enabled.
Jaguar F-PACE Low Oil Pressure Warning Light
Oil Pressure
Name: Jaguar F-PACE low oil pressure warning light.
Colour: Red
Description: Pressure within the engine is required for oil to lubricate components. If the oil pressure is low, not all components are lubricated resulting in engine damage or possible engine seizure. If the low oil pressure warning light flashes or comes on while driving:
1. Safely stop as soon as possible and ideally on level ground.
2. Switch off the engine immediately and wait for a few minutes for the oil to drain to the sump.
3. Check engine oil level and top up if required.
Warning
If oil levels are acceptable and did not require topping up, do not continue driving.
If you have added oil, check that the low oil warning light has gone out before commencing your journey. If the oil light remains on, do not continue. Contact a Jaguar workshop for support.




Jaguar F-PACE Adaptive Speed Limiter Warning Light
ASL
Name: Jaguar F-PACE adaptive speed limiter warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: The adaptive speed limiter light illuminates when the adaptive speed limiter feature is switched on. The adaptive speed limiter works with both traffic sign recognition system and the navigation system to automatically restrict vehicle speed.
Speed limiter
The speed limiter allows the driver to manually restrict the maximum speed of the vehicle. Unlike adaptive speed limiter, the system doesn't use the navigation or traffic light recognition to automatically adjust speed.
Jaguar F-PACE Airbag Warning Light
Airbag
Name: Jaguar F-PACE airbag warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: As a bulb check, the airbag warning light illuminates on the dashboard for approximately 6 seconds, the goes out. If the warning light stays on or comes on while driving, there's a fault with the airbag system. In this instance, the airbag or seat belt pretensioners may not activate during a collision.
Jaguar F-PACE All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) Warning Light
ASPC
Name: Jaguar F-PACE ASPC warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: The All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) is a system that helps control of the vehicle on slippery surfaces such as mud, snow, sand and gravel. The ASPC warning light illuminates on the dashboard to indicate that the system is enabled.
Jaguar F-PACE ABS Warning Light
ABS
Name: Jaguar F-PACE ABS warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: By preventing the wheels from locking anti-lock braking system (ABS) allows the driver to continue to steer the vehicle while braking. If the ABS warning light stays on after engine start or comes on while driving, there is a fault with the ABS system. Most common ABS faults involve wheels speed sensor or ABS module.
Electronic Brake Force Distribution
Electronic Brake Force Distribution or EBD is an additional braking feature that uses ABS sensors to increase or decrease brake pressure for individual wheels. A fault with the EBD system is indicated by the ABS warning light ABS + the brake warning light Brake. It's advised that you do not drive the vehicle until the fault is rectified. Brakes may not work as expected and may be prone to locking wheels.
Jaguar F-PACE Check Engine Warning Light
Check Engine
Name: Jaguar F-PACE Check Engine warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: The check engine warning light illuminates or flashes:
Illuminates: The check engine warning light illuminating or coming on while driving is an indication of an emission control fault. You may notice the vehicle has reduced power - this is called 'limp-home mode' and is a software override system to help prevent damage. You can continue to drive the vehicle, though have it checked as soon as possible.
Flashes: A flashing check engine warning light has the potential for engine damage. It's an indication of engine misfire that may result in unburnt fuel entering the catalytic converter. Reduce speed immediately and seek assistance from a Jaguar workshop.
Jaguar F-PACE DSC Warning Light
DSC
Name: Jaguar F-PACE DSC warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: DSC or 'Dynamic Stability Control' increases vehicle stability during situations such as wheel slippage, understeer or oversteer. When DSC intervenes, individual wheel braking may occur and/or a reduction in engine power may take place. The DSC warning light illuminates or flashes:
Illuminates: This is due to a fault with the DSC system. It may be related to ABS as they share some components. You can continue to drive but be cautious as you will not have the additional safety features of DSC.
Flashes: The DSC warning light flashing means the system is actively operating.




Jaguar F-PACE External Temperature / Snowflake Warning Light
External Temp
Name: Jaguar F-PACE external temperature warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: The snowflake / frost warning light indicates that the external temperature is low enough that ice may be present on the road. Drive with caution.
Jaguar F-PACE Follow Mode Warning Light
Follow Mode
Name: Jaguar F-PACE follow mode warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: This follow mode indicator light illuminates on the dashboard when the adaptive cruise control system is in follow mode.
Jaguar F-PACE Information Warning Light
Information
Name: Jaguar F-PACE information warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: The 'i' or information warning light illuminates to indicate that information or non-critical warnings have been issued in the instrument cluster.
Jaguar F-PACE Glow Plugs Warning Light
Glow Plugs
Name: Jaguar F-PACE glow plugs warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: For diesel versions of the Jaguar F-PACE, the glow plugs warning light illuminates on the dashboard when the ignition is switched to 'on'. When the warning lamp goes out, the engine is ready to start. When ambient temperatures are cold, the warning light may take longer to go out.
Jaguar F-PACE Tyre Pressure Warning Light
Tyre Pressure
Name: Jaguar F-PACE tyre pressure monitoring system warning light.
Colour: Amber
Description: The tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) monitors tyre pressures and provides an alert if the pressure in one or more tyres falls under the preset values. The warning light will illuminate or flash:
Illuminates: When the TPMS warning light illuminates on the dashboard, one or more tyres is under-inflated. Stop as soon as possible. To avoid loss of control, avoid sharp steering and harsh braking. Check pressures or change wheel.
Flashes: When the TPMS warning light flashes, a fault has been detected with the TPMS. The light will flash for about 1 minute then remains on.
Checking tyres
Tyres should ideally be checked at least once per month, using an accurate pressure gauge when the tyres are cold.
Jaguar F-PACE Auto High Beam Assist (AHBA) Warning Light
AHBA
Name: Jaguar F-PACE Auto High Beam Assist warning light.
Colour: Green
Description: When 'Auto' has been selected in the lighting function, Auto High Beam Assist (AHBA) will be enabled. AHBA automatically selects high and low beam based on traffic conditions and road lighting. The following may affect the operation of the AHBA system:
• Dirty windscreen - the sensor is located inside the rear view mirror module. A dirty / snow / icy covered windscreen will prevent operation of the system.
• Road signs that are highly reflective.
• Road users that are difficult to see such as pedestrians or cyclists.
• Bad weather such as fog and heavy rain.
Jaguar F-PACE Auto Start / Stop Warning Light
Start / Stop
Name: Jaguar F-PACE auto stop / start warning light.
Colour: Green / White
Description: The auto stop start system improves fuel efficiency and reduces exhaust emissions by automatically shutting off the engine when the vehicle comes to a standstill. The indicator light illuminates green or white.
Green: The green auto stop warning light illuminates when the engine has been shut down by the system.
White: The white auto stop warning light illuminates when engine stop has been inhibited due to certain conditions Jaguar F-PACE Auto Stop Inhibited Warning Light. For the conditions that may prevent auto stop from working, see Jaguar F-PACE stop start not working.






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