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Nissan Juke Warning Lights

The Most Common Nissan Juke Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Nissan Juke. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Juke

The Nissan Juke is a crossover SUV that has undergone a great deal of evolution in a relatively short time. The first generation was launched in 2010, and a second-generation in 2019. The first was regarded as a kind of ‘weird sister’ in the Nissan lineup and the wider crossover world. Its outlandish curves and bizarre proportions seemed off-putting, and yet it enjoyed reasonable success.

It was only when the second-generation model was unveiled in 2019 at multiple shows in Europe that people saw the potential of the Juke. It is claimed to have a stronger and more durable frame and more interior space, and is visibly larger than its predecessor. Despite this, about 51-lbs was shaved off the net weight during its development.

The Juke never made it to the US market, but a related model, the Nissan Kicks filled that gap, and it was the Kicks that also took over in Japan and Southeast Asia. In the UK and mainland Europe, however, the new Juke remains popular.

Powertrains on the new model include a 1.0L 3-cylinder gasoline unit, or a 1.6L hybrid setup. The former is paired with a 6-speed manual setup as standard, with higher trims and the hybrid model getting a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic.

The exterior received praise for its styling improvements, sharpening the rounded curves to make it look a little more aggressive and tough. The interior had an extra inch of rear legroom added, as well as neat features like an adjustable rear floor to make the surface flat when folding down the rear seats to boost storage.

As with most Nissan models, you do have to climb the trim ladder in order to get the most out of the car. Things like a larger infotainment screen, Bose premium audio, the full Nissan Safety Shield safety and ADAS suite, and higher-quality interior materials all come with the investment required.

Common Juke Warning Lights

A symbol that appears on the dashboard that confuses many Juke owners is the circle with an arrow next to it.

This symbol doesn't appear all of the time and is simply a way of showing you as the driver which side the fuel filler cap is on.

Another popular warning for this car is the exclamation mark inside of a triangle.

This is the master warning light and usually means that there is something wrong with the car, most likely within the engine.

Plugging an OBD2 reader into the car can be the quickest and easiest way to diagnose the problem.

You can find them available to buy online fairly cheap or you could just take your Juke to a mechanic and ask to borrow theirs.

This device will then give you a fault code that you can cross-check on this Nissan Juke fault codes list.

Another serious warning that may appear is for the brake system, represented by a circle and most likely the word "BRAKES".

If you see this appear then stop the car as soon as it is safe to do so and seek help from a trained mechanic.

The car will have detected a fault in the braking system and may not be able to stop the car in the near future if not fixed.