You can find 8 popular Buick Verano warning lights and symbols on this page that when clicked take you to a detailed description.
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About the Verano
If your Buick Verano is displaying any warning lights, then you need to fix it as soon as possible. This is because these lights are telling you that something that probably needs immediate attention.
Here are the most common warning lights on a Buick Verano and what they mean:
Check engine light
The check engine light comes on when there is an issue with one of your car’s systems, which may include the fuel system, emissions system or engine management system.
You should take your car in for service if this light stays on for more than 10 minutes after starting the vehicle.
Brake Warning Light
This is a dashboard warning light that appears on the dashboard of your Buick Verano when there is a problem with the brake system. Usually, this bulb will come on automatically when you step on the brakes. If this doesn’t happen, it’s a good idea to take your car to a mechanic so they can diagnose and fix the problem.
History of the Verano
The Buick Verano was first introduced in the United States at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
This car was designed with the intention of bringing more young people back into Buick showrooms.
It went into production in 2011, and it is the smallest of GM’s “D” family of vehicles.
Three trims are available for the car: Sportback (4-door hatchback), a Sedan (fastback) and a Premium Luxury Sedan.
You can find the platform that the car is built on at work in other GM models such as the Vauxhall/Opel Insignia and the Buick LaCrosse.