You can find 8 popular Buick Rendezvous warning lights and symbols on this page that when clicked take you to a detailed description.
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About the Rendezvous
Buick Rendezvous warning lights are designed to alert the driver of possible vehicle system problems.
For example, if your catalytic converter is not working properly, you will see a yellow light on the dashboard that indicates this.
If you don’t take care of these warnings before they turn serious you could end up with engine-related issues, then it could cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in repairs.
The Buick Rendezvous has many warning lights and each one serves a specific purpose.
One of the most common warning lights on this car is the “Airbag” light, which will turn ON when the airbag sensor detects any issues with one of its components.
Other common warning lights are the “Engine Warning” light, which indicates there are problems with the engine sensors or engine-related parts, and the “Rear Seat Belts” light, indicating there are rear seat belts that need to be used.
History of the Rendezvous
The first generation of the car was manufactured from 1997 to 2002. It had two engine options, both V6 engines: one 2.4-liter and the other a 3.1-liter turbocharged – both gasoline.
There were three trim levels available for the vehicle including base, upscale and luxury trims.
The second generation of the Rendezvous was built starting in 2003 with four trim levels including base, upscale, premium luxury and sport special edition.
Then the car received a major facelift in 2006. The car got new features including heated seats, adjustable pedals, interior lighting, power-folding rear seats and more. There were four engine options to choose from on the third generation which included 3.8-liter V6, 2.4-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, 2.2-liter inline 5-cylinder diesel and 3.6-liter V6 with flex-fuel capability.