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Volkswagen Touran Owners Manual: Warning lamp

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Lit up Possible cause Correction
At least one vehicle door is opened or not properly closed. Do not drive on!
Open the appropriate vehicle door and then close it again.

Several warning and indicator lamps will light up briefly when the ignition is switched on while the vehicle runs functional checks. They will switch off after a few seconds.

A warning lamp appears in the instrument cluster display if a door is open or not properly closed.

Depending on the vehicle equipment level, symbols may be displayed in the instrument cluster instead of warning lamps. These symbols are also visible when the ignition is switched off. The display will go out approximately 15 seconds after the vehicle has been locked.

Introduction
This chapter contains information on the following subjects:  → Warning lamp    → Childproof lock    → Electrical childproof lock   Additional ...

Childproof lock
Fig. 26 In the left rear door: childproof lock Ⓐ switched off, Ⓑ switched on Fig. 27 In the right rear door: childproof lock Ⓐ switched off, Ⓑ switched on First read an ...

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Sun visors
Fig. 78 Sun visor First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Various positions for the driver and front passenger sun visors: Folded down over the windscreen. Pulled out of the bracket and swung over towards the door  . Make-up mirror ligh ...

A/C System and Refrigerant R134a Safety Precautions
A/C Service Station -VAS6007A- (and further or current A/C Service Station) Refer to the Workshop Equipment Catalog.   WARNING It is recommended to have an eye-flushing bot ...

Checklist
Transporting children in the vehicle  : Observe any country-specific legal requirements. Volkswagen recommends that children under 12 years of age are always transported on the rear seats. A child should only be transported on the front passenger seat in ex ...

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