Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual: Vehicle Messages

DIC messages display when the status of the vehicle has changed and action may be needed to correct the condition. Multiple messages appear one after another.

All messages should be taken seriously.

Vehicle messages appear as code numbers. The owner manual indicator and service vehicle soon light may also be displayed.

The following is a list of all possible messages. Depending on the vehicle, some of these messages may not be available.

10: Brakes Overheated

15: Check High Mounted Brake Lamp

16: Check Brake Lamps

17: Headlamp Leveling

Malfunction - Contact Service

18: Left Low Beam Failure

20: Right Low Beam Failure

21: Check Left Position Lamp

22: Check Right Position Lamp

23: Reversing Lamp Failure

24: License Plate Lamp Failure

25: Left Front Turn Indicator Failure

26: Left Rear Turn Indicator Failure

27: Right Front Turn Indicator Failure

28: Right Rear Turn Indicator Failure

58: Winter Tire Recognition

65: Theft Attempted

75: Service AC System

81: Service Transmission

82: Change Engine Oil Soon

89: Service Vehicle Soon

95: Service Airbag

Information Displays
Driver Information Center (DIC) The DIC displays information about the vehicle. It also displays warning messages if a system problem is detected. See Vehicle Messages on page 5-26. All messages ...

Engine Oil Messages
CHANGE This message displays when the engine oil needs to be changed. When changing the engine oil, be sure to reset the Oil Life System. See Engine Oil Life System on page 10-10, Engine Oil on pa ...

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Airbag Readiness Light
This light shows if there is an electrical problem with the airbag system. The system check includes the airbag sensor(s), passenger sensing system, the pretensioners (if equipped), the airbag modules, the wiring, and the crash sensing and diagnostic module. For more information on the airbag ...

Floor Mats
Warning If a floor mat is the wrong size or is not properly installed, it can interfere with the pedals. Interference with the pedals can cause unintended acceleration and/or increased stopping distance which can cause a crash and injury. Make sure the floor mat does not interfere with the p ...

Hill and Mountain Roads
Driving on steep hills or through mountains is different than driving on flat or rolling terrain. Tips for driving in these conditions include: Keep the vehicle serviced and in good shape. Check all fluid levels and brakes, tires, cooling system, and transmission. Shift to a lower gear whe ...