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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 24-02-2017, 13:54 Thread Starter
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Anybody knows what the attention sign in the arrow means?
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Is it not the 'shift up' indicator?
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i was thinking that but 2mph@900rpm seems a little low to change up lol
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It is just a sign to tell you that there is a caution of some kind which you can scrol through to find. In this case it is there because you have an outside temperature warning. The arrow will appear for various warnings.
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i was thinking that but 2mph@900rpm seems a little low to change up lol
Very true, but it could illuminated in error (or maybe so the driver gets the hint to stop thrashing it!).
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It is just a sign to tell you that there is a caution of some kind which you can scrol through to find. In this case it is there because you have an outside temperature warning. The arrow will appear for various warnings.
Well, It just came up about 2 month ago and nobody knows what it is.
Even MG shop dont know. They said they need to send email to China to find out what it is.

Sometimes it goes away for 10 minutes and then comes up again.
I dont think it has to do anything with outside temp because I had the car for 3 year and never seen the sign before...
On MG website it says that it's some kind of warning but it does not tell what kind of warning..

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Hi, Is it the sign that shows the forward parking sensors are activated. They may well be activated at 2mph.

If not, then I have no idea but will watch for mine to see if it comes on at any time.
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This sign appeared on my dash the other day when my speedo stopped working, it also appeared when I had lots of niggly issues that weren't really issues ( ie it said brakes failed but they still worked ).... eventually i found out that my battery was dying & changed it & after a few drives no more lights come on anymore..... Only reason I know is because halfords complained they had to jump start my car....
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