A warning light illuminates on your Vauxhall Insignia dashboard when a fault has been detected. You may also receive a message or an error code. Error codes are generally related to minor faults.
These error codes aren’t the same as the fault codes that can be read using diagnostic equipment, but finding out what the error code is related to by using the list below will help you identify what the problem is.
To confirm the error code or message, press the SET/CLR button, the MENU button or turn the adjuster wheel.
Related Fault Message
The radio remote control has not been detected. Press the clutch pedal to restart.
Engine coolant level low.
Air conditioning off.
Steering wheel is locked.
Press the brake pedal to release the electric parking brake.
Turn the steering wheel, switch ignition off and then back on. (This is related to the steering lock).
Turn steering wheel, start engine again.
Centre high-mounted brake light failure.
Brake light failure.
Headlight leveling malfunction.
Left low beam failure.
Rear fog light failure.
Right low beam failure.
Left sidelight failure.
Right sidelight failure.
Reversing light failure.
Number plate light failure.
Left front turn signal failure.
Left rear turn signal failure.
Right front turn signal failure.
Right rear turn signal failure.
Check trailer brake light.
Check trailer reversing light.
Check left trailer turn signal.
Check right trailer turn signal.
Check trailer rear fog light.
Check trailer rear light.
Replace the battery in radio remote control key fob
Clean side blind zone alert system.
Tighten gas / fuel cap.
Water in diesel fuel filter.
Diesel particle filter (DPF) is full.
Tyre pressure imbalance on front axle.
Tyre pressure imbalance on rear axle.
Tyres without TPMS sensors detected.
Open and then close driver window.
Open and then close front passenger window.
Open and then close rear left window.
Open and then close rear right window.
Service theft alarm system.
Service steering wheel lock.
Service power steering.
Service suspension system.
Service level control system.
Service rear axle.
Service AFL (Adaptive Forward Lighting).
Service air conditioning.
Service side blind zone alert system.
Top up engine oil.
Change engine oil soon. As engine oil ages, it fails to lubricate the engine effectively and can cause excessive wear on engine components.
Service adaptive cruise control.
Engine power is reduced. Reduced engine power also know as 'limp mode' is a safety feature that helps to prevent further damage to the engine due to a fault.
Service vehicle soon.
Shift to park before exiting.
Hood / bonnet open.
Park assist fault, clean bumper (Parking sensors on the bumpers requires cleaning).