That is the timing belt indicator and most vehicles are set to come on at every 150,000 km or equivalent and you need to reset it even if you have replaced the timng belt. There are a few variants, some needs to be reset manually by removing the meter to change the location of a plug to divert the indicator circuit. Another requires a svrew to be removed and reistalled on another location.
One type has a reset button inside the meter cluster and you need a toothpick to push the reset button.
The newer models usually can be reset by using the reset button but these also have a few variants.
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Thursday, December 29th, 2011 AT 12:35 PM