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    2009 Subaru WRX warning light

    A warning light turned on in my 2009 WRX. It's yellow and has an exclamation mark inside the bottom half of a beaker and the base of the "beaker" has notches on it, kind of like a comb. I looked in the mannie but they don't have that specific warning. Anybody know what it could mean?

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    Registered User Findus11's Avatar
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    Thats your coolant warning light... Check if you have enough coolant ASAP. If you're car isnt heating up, take it to the dealer, the sensor may have gone bad.
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    i believe thats the TPMS light.

    Your tires are low on air most likely. Fill them up to factory spec (found on drivers door jam) and drive about a mile for the unit to reset. The light should go away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubieSubie View Post
    i believe thats the TPMS light.

    Yup. If you're looking at this:

    then, yeah, it is in the manual.
    Stink-Eye Mob #666

    2009 WRX Sedan

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