Good morning, DEBBIE1988,
Unfortunately, your vehicle was not available in the United States, so I don't have a lot of information for you.
I would check all my fuses using a test light. I am adding an article for you that will help walk you through the procedure. It's very easy.
Replace any blown fuses and see if the light is back on.
Since it sounds like the mechanic could find out there are no codes, meaning his scan tool can communicate with the computer it might not be a fuse issue but it's good practice to check anyway.
It is possible the bulb or LED has burnt out. Other possibilities included someone messing with it, so it doesn't come on to sell the vehicle or a damaged Powertrain Control Module (PCM). Sometimes if there is an issue with the PCM it will keep resetting itself and not store any codes.
If no fuses are found to be burnt out. I would drive it for a bit and then have a mechanic put a scan tool on it or go to a local auto parts store and see if there are any codes. Eventually they will come back, so getting it checked periodically for codes will help determine if there are any issues.
If none are found after driving it and checking for periodically you will need someone to check the wiring and see if the bulb is out. They should also check the PCM to see if it is damaged.
I would start there and see what you can find out.
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Sunday, March 19th, 2023 AT 6:42 AM