Warning light!

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  1. grymbo

    grymbo Read Only Funster

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    Happy New Year. I wonder if anyone could advise on the following. This warning light appeared recently (see photo attached). Until a couple of days ago it eventually disappeared but now remains on.

    My van is an Avantgarde 150, Peugot 2.2 diesel base. Strangely this warning light is not identified in the manual, nor is the space it occupies (6 o’clock on the speedometer), taken up with any other warning light.

    Cheers.

    Jim Gray
     

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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Is it an outside low temp warning.. ?
     
  3. Jonkil

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    Coolant level low
     
  4. Baycott

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    Looks like a low coolant light to me. Radiator with a low water level?
     
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    Looks like it
     
  6. grymbo

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    Of course.

    Many thanks.

    Jim Gray
     
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    Your propellor has fouled on something. :whistle:
     
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  8. grymbo

    grymbo Read Only Funster

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    Again thanks. I'll head down to the chandlers soon as I fill the radiator pappajohn.
     
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  9. Jaws

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    You sure about that ? I thought the props on motorhomes were fitted to make you go faster !! You need an aeroplane place (y)
     
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  10. grymbo

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    So don't go to the chandlers then Jaws?
     
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    Jaws Funster Life Member

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    No mate.. Depending on age of vehicle try NASA for older stuff or for newer, the European Space Agency**
    After all, you do not want it to go slower now do you !

    ** If your MH is based on a Tatra I understand the Indian Space Exploration group have subbed out motorhome prop supply to the ESA which is quite handy
     
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    Actually.. further thought..
    If you own a late model Swift perhaps the chandlers would be the better place to go !! ;)
     
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  13. grymbo

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    Advice taken on board...not saying wgere it will end up :LOL:;)
     
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  14. gus-lopez

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    It would be an idea to find out where the missing coolant has gone ? Must be a leak somewhere ?
     
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