The I-Pace is a fully electric car by vehicle manufacturer Jaguar. Detailed below are the dashboard warning lights, information symbols and icons for the Jaguar I-Pace.
- Red warning lights: are for primary warnings. Primary warning red lights are the most urgent and must be investigated immediately.
- Amber or yellow warning lights: are secondary warnings. Some amber / yellow warning light illuminate to indicate the a vehicle system is active and others indicate that a minor fault should be investigated as soon as possible.
- Green and blue lights: indicate a system’s status.
When the Jaguar I-Pace electrical system is started, a warning light bulb check is initiated and lasts for about 3 seconds except for the airbag warning light, which remains on for 6 seconds. If any warning light stays on after this time, have your vehicle checked by a Jaguar workshop. Certain warning light may also display a message in the dashboard instrument panel.
Battery Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace red 12V battery charge warning light illuminates while driving, indicating there is a fault with the battery charging system. A warning message also displays on the dashboard information display. Have your vehicle checked by a Jaguar workshop urgently.
Brake Gauge Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace brake warning light illuminates in red, yellow or white and has the following meaning associated depending on the colour:
- Red: The battery gauge warning light illuminates red and indicates that the vehicle’s battery state of charge is exhausted. The vehicle cannot be driven any further.
- Yellow: The battery gauge warning light illuminates yellow to indicate that the vehicle’s battery state of charge is low.
- White: The battery gauge warning light illuminates in white indicating the battery state of charge is within the normal range.
Battery Fault Warning Light
The battery and exclamation mark is the Jaguar I-Pace battery fault warning light illuminates in red along with a message on the dashboard instrument panel. It means that the electric vehicle system is unable to shut down. Follow the recommended guidance illustrated by the warning message.
Brake Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace brake warning light illuminates in red along with a message on the dashboard instrument panel while driving for the following reasons:
- low brake fluid level or
- fault with the braking system.
Stop as soon as possible and check brake fluid levels and top up if necessary. Only continue driving if the warning light goes off. If the light stays on, do not drive and contact a Jaguar workshop for assistance.
The brake warning light may also illuminate in amber. In this case, suspect worn brake pads. Check brake pads as soon as possible. The amber warning light can also illuminate if there’s a fault with the brake system.
Charge Status Symbol
The Jaguar I-Pace charge status symbol illuminates in either red or green. The charging status symbol illuminates green and flashes to indicate that the vehicle is charging. It remains constantly lit when the vehicle is fully charged. If the charging status light illuminates or flashes in red, it means there’s a charging fault. In this instance, check for correct connection of the charging cable.
Critical Warning Message Light
The red triangle containing an exclamation mark is the Jaguar I-Pace critical warning message light. This light may illuminate as a generic symbol because the fault may not have a dedicated warning light associated with it. The critical warning message light comes on when an urgent message is ready. Stop as soon as possible to investigate.
Parking Brake Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace electric parking brake (EPB) warning light illuminates in red when the EPB has been applied correctly. The light flashes in red when when a fault has been detected. Seek qualified assistance urgently as it means that your vehicle may not safely be parked.
Lane Departure Warning Light
The lane departure warning light comes on either in red or green. The symbol illuminate in red along with a vibration in the steering wheel if the vehicle crosses a lane marking without the appropriate direction indicator being operated. The symbol is illuminated in green when the system enabled and is tracking the lanes.
Airbag Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace airbag warning light comes on for 6 seconds in amber when the vehicle’s electrical system is initiated. If the airbag warning light stays on or comes on while driving, it means there’s a fault. This can sometimes be due to a fault with the passenger occupancy sensor, a cable or connection is loose under the front seats and an issue with a seat belt buckle.
ABS Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace ABS warning light remains illuminated when the Anti-lock Braking System is not working. The system is designed to prevent wheels from locking during hard braking and is a separate system to the normal vehicle brakes. As such, normal brake continue to work during and ABS fault, but only if the ABS light is illuminated and not with the brake light. You can continue to drive but have system serviced as soon as possible. Often the fault is a malfunctioning wheel speed sensor.
If both the ABS and brake warning light are on, it indicates a brake fault. This can be related to electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) or an issue with the vacuum brake booster. In this case, avoid driving and seek assistance from a Jaguar workshop.
Driver Condition Monitor Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace driver condition monitor system constantly monitors for signs of driver tiredness. The tea cup light comes on in amber or white along with a message when the driver condition monitor system determines that the driver is presenting signs of tiredness.
DSC Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system helps to minimize understeer, oversteer and increase traction. The DSC light flashes when the system is active and remains steadily lit when there’s a fault with the system. DSC uses ABS wheel speed sensors and is often the cause of the fault.
External Temperature Warning Light
The snowflake symbol is the Jaguar I-Pace external temperature monitoring system. The snowflake symbol comes on where the external temperature is low enough for there to be ice present on the roads.
Message Warning Light
The ‘i’ in a circle symbol is the Jaguar I-Pace general warning and message symbol. It will illuminate in amber on the dashboard when a non-critical warning message or general information message is ready to read.
Front Fog Warning Light
This front fog light illuminates in green when the front fog lights are switched on.
Rear Fog Warning Light
This rear fog light illuminates in amber when the rear fog lights are switched on.
Tyre Pressure Warning Light
The Jaguar I-Pace Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light illuminates amber to warn that one or more tyres are significantly under-inflated. A warning message on the instrument panel is also displayed. If the TPMS light flashes, it indicates a fault.
Adaptive Cruise Control Light
The Jaguar I-Pace adaptive cruise control system allows the driver to set a cruising speed for the vehicle. The vehicle’s speed is automatically reduced if a slower moving vehicle is detected in the lane ahead. The adaptive cruise control light comes on in green when activated.
Follow Mode Light
Used in conjunction with adaptive cruise control, when a vehicle is identified in the lane ahead, it automatically enters follow mode. When follow mode is activated, the light illuminates in green.
Adaptive Speed Limiter Light
The Jaguar I-Pace adaptive speed limiter (ASL) has two options; speed limiter and adaptive speed limiter. he speed limiter allows the driver to manually restrict the maximum vehicle speed. The adaptive speed limiter works in conjunction with the traffic sign recognition system and the navigation system to restrict the maximum vehicle speed. The light comes on in green when activated.
All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) is an aid to help the Jaguar I-Pace to drive off-road. The system attempts to maintain a constant vehicle speed when met with challenging off-road conditions such as snow, grass, gravel, sand, or mud. The ASPC light comes on in green when activated.
Brake Hold Light
The Jaguar I-Pace brake hold system maintains the vehicle in a standstill position without the brake pedal having to be pressed continuously. The light comes on in green when the system is activated.
Cruise Control Light
The Jaguar I-Pace cruise control allows the vehicle to automatically maintain a set vehicle speed. The light is illuminated in green when the system is activated.
Auto High Beam Assist Light
The Jaguar I-Pace Auto High Beam Assist (AHBA) system automatically selects and deselects high beam. The AHBA light comes on in white indicating that the system is active and in blue when the system has activated the high beam headlights.
Park Assist Light
The Jaguar I-Pace park assist system is an aid that detects available parking spaces and manoeuvres the vehicle in to parallel and perpendicular parking spaces. The park assist light illuminates in blue when the system is searching for a valid parking space.
Times Charge Symbol
This times charge symbol illuminates in blue when the Jaguar I-Pace battery is being charged based on a timed charging scheduled event.
Auto Lights Symbol
The auto lights warning symbol illuminates in white when the vehicle’s exterior lights are operating in auto mode.
Low Traction Launch Symbol
The Jaguar I-Pace low traction launch system improves the the handling of the car at low speeds and improves traction of the car from standstill in adverse conditions. To activate low traction launch:
- Touch the Apps icon on the touchscreen driver side bar.
- Select Low Traction Launch.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
- Select Start Low Traction Launch.