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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Indicator lamps

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Lit up Possible cause Solution
The vehicle is being held by the electronic parking brake. Switch off the Auto Hold function if necessary   .
The start/stop system is available. The engine is switched off automatically.
It is not possible for the start/stop system to switch the engine on or off automatically.
OR: the engine was restarted automatically.

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

WARNING

Failure to observe illuminated warning lamps and text messages can lead to your vehicle breaking down in traffic, and can cause accident and serious injury.

NOTICE

Failure to observe illuminated indicator lamps and text messages can lead to your vehicle being damaged.
Introduction
This chapter contains information on the following subjects:  → Indicator lamps    → Auto Hold function    → Start/stop system    → Downhill driving assistant ...

Auto Hold function
Fig. 146 In lower part of centre console: button for Auto Hold First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings The indicator lamp in the button   (arrow) ...

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