You can find 8 popular Chevrolet Silverado warning lights and symbols on this page that when clicked take you to a detailed description.
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About the Silverado
If you are looking for a reliable truck, then the Chevrolet Silverado is an excellent choice.
With its tough exterior and powerful engine, it’s sure to get any job done.
However, there are some warning lights that could indicate potential problems with your vehicle.
On this page, we will go over these warning lights and what they mean so you can make an informed decision on whether or not it’s time to visit the mechanic.
These warning lights also apply to the badge-engineered GMC Sierra that is almost identical to this one but with more features available.
One of the most common Silverado warning lights to appear is when the car is in need of an oil change.
It will typically indicate the service is due when they start to blink or when they turn on permanently.
This can be either after 10,000 miles or 12 months (whichever is reached first).
Another popular light that often comes up is when one of the tail lamps is out.
This light indicates that the tail lamp bulb needs to be replaced in order to pass inspection.
Last but not least, one of the other most common Chevy Silverado warning lights that show up are for low tire pressure.
These typically show up at 25-35 psi on the gauge so it’s important to monitor these regularly so you don’t get stranded on the side of the