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About the Clarity
The Honda Clarity is a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle with many exciting environmentally-friendly features.
One feature that you might not have noticed about the car is it has warning lights to indicate when something may be wrong.
The purpose of these warning lights is to help you and your mechanic diagnose problems before they become severe and costly for you.
This article will go over all of the lights, what they mean, and how this information can save you time and money in the long run.
Common Warning Lights
Check Gas Cap
This light will appear when it is not properly tightened, or if there is a gas leak.
Check Engine Light
This light comes on when there is a problem with your engine. If you continue driving with the light on, it could eventually lead to engine failure.
It can also come on as a result of running out of gas. In this case, the solution is to fill up your tank and then check your oil level.
Check Brake Fluid Level
Check brake fluid level as soon as possible when this light illuminates. Running low won’t necessarily cause immediate problems, but you should keep an eye on it.
History of the Clarity
The Honda Clarity was introduced in 2017 with two body styles, a sedan and an SUV.
The car has a fuel-cell system that the company says will result in emission-free driving of up to 240 miles on a single tank.
Some key features are different drive modes, wireless charging of phones, cabin heating for cold climates, and an infotainment system with Apple CarPlay.