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Show me where you would add oil to the engine.
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Name Warning 4 Engine oil filler cap If you put too much oil in the engine it will leak.
Show me where you would check the oil level of the engine.
Name Warning 7 Engine oil dipstick You should check the level of the oil before a long journey.
Show me where you would check the washer fluid level.
Name Function 10 Washer fluid reservoir Where you would add water so you can wash the windscreen.
Show me where you would check the brake fluid level.
Name Function 13 Brake fluid reservoir Where you would add brake fluid so that the brakes work correctly.
Identify where the battery is.
Name Warning 16 The battery When refilling with water you should cover just above the cell plates.
Show me where you would check the water level.
Name Warning 19 Engine coolant reservoir or water-tank If the water level is low the car’s engine could overheat.
Where is the speedometer?
Name Function 22 The speedometer Measures the speed at which you are travelling.
Where is the ignition warning light?
Name Warning 25 Ignition warning light If the battery symbol stays on there is a problem with the electricity.
Where is the brake fluid warning light?
Name Warning 28 Brake fluid warning light / handbrake There is a problem with the brakes if this symbol comes on when you are driving.
Where is the indicator warning light?
Name Warning 31 The indicator warning light If the symbol does not flash, one of the indicator bulbs might be broken.
Where is the airbag warning light?
Name Warning 34 Airbag warning light This symbol should not be on when you are driving.
Where is the engine temperature?
Name Warning 37 The engine temperature If the needle goes into the red you need to add water to the water-tank.
Where is the oil pressure light?
Name Warning 40 Oil pressure light If this symbol is on you should add more oil to the engine.
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