You can find 19 popular Honda Element warning lights and symbols on this page that when clicked take you to a detailed description.
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About the Element
If you own a Honda Element, then it is important that you know what each of the warning lights on the dashboard means.
There are five main warning lights in total: brake system (ABS), battery charge, oil pressure, engine coolant and low fuel level.
The first three are safety warnings while the last two are convenience warnings.
It’s important to note that if any of these warning lights come on while driving your car, pull over as soon as possible to avoid damaging your vehicle or yourself.
Common Problems with the Element
In some Honda Elements, the hydraulic braking system has a problem where the brake fluid gets overheated and overheats.
This is not a widespread issue with Honda Element, just a small number of them.
Some Elements have flaws in the windshield wipers. In some models, the blades sometimes have a small leak that will cause water to puddle on the windshield.
The driver can still see through this as it’s not too thick.
A few models of Honda Elements (between the years of 2003-2007) lack an airbag for the driver-side front seat passenger.
The car was designed with this flaw but thankfully Honda added an airbag in later models of Element.
Introduction of the Element
The Honda Element was introduced in 2002. It is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) that also had the capability of transporting boats or other small machines by towing them behind it.
Other cars that use the same chassis include the CR-V, Acura MDX, and Pontiac Aztek.