Kingdom Kia Is Here To Protect Your Vehicle's Health, Performance & Lifespan
As your local new and used car dealership in Rolla, MO, Kingdom Kia not only offers assistance with your purchasing and leasing needs but is here to help you maintain your vehicle over the years. Get the most out of your Kia Sportage, turn to our team of factory-trained and certified technicians for regular maintenance care!
Our extensive service center hours make it easy for all of our St. Robert, Missouri, neighbors to drop by for a much-needed oil and filter change. While we specialize in the Kia lineup, we're able to maintain vehicles from a variety of brands. Visit us for quality care no matter what manufacturer your ride is from!
Our Service Center Difference
When you visit our Missouri Kia dealer near Jefferson City for auto services, you get to enjoy:
- A streamlined process
- Comprehensive service estimates
- Assistance from friendly, knowledgeable associates
- Competitive service specials
- Work completed with genuine car parts
- Driver-friendly prices
- Updated maintenance records once all work has been completed
So feel free to drop by our auto dealer at your earliest convenience. We understand that you rely on your Kia Optima and we'll work diligently time and time again to ensure it continues to perform at the high, fuel-efficient level that you have come to expect.
Our team can assist with a number of services, including:
- Tire care
- Oil and filter changes
- Brake pad inspections
- Battery replacements
- Multi-point inspections
Don't hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss your specific needs. Because your time is important to us, we'll get all work done in a timely manner and correctly the first time around. Not sure what it is your used Kia Soul requires? No problem, we offer comprehensive diagnostic services to help identify what your ride needs!
Kia Dashboard Warning Light Meanings Explained For Rolla, Missouri
If you are trying to figure out what a new warning light on your Kia's dashboard means or want to know how to diagnose a check engine light, we invite you to contact the service department at Kingdom Kia. Our professional service team is here to maintain your new Kia Telluride to factory standard of performance and reset any warning light on your vehicle
Check Engine Light
This light appears when the computer in your new Kia Forte senses any one of several abnormalities. As your local Kia dealership near Jefferson City, Missouri, we can scan the Diagnostic Trouble Code on your vehicle to determine what is triggering the check engine light to appear then repair the issue. If the check engine light begins to flash, you should schedule an auto repair at our Kia service department immediately.
This light comes on your car's dashboard when the engine temperature is rising beyond a safe range, and your vehicle risks overheating. Our suggested course of action would be to pull over and let your car's engine cool for as long as needed, then add coolant or distilled water and drive to a service station. If your vehicle is rapidly leaking coolant, you should have the vehicle towed to avoid engine damage.
This dashboard warning light indicates many different things. It's possible your new Kia Forte is due for routine maintenance, or an internal issue could be present. We recommend booking a service appointment at our new and used Kia dealership to diagnose the issue and clear the code.
Parking Brake and Brake Fluid Warning Light
These lights will come on when you start your vehicle and should turn off after a few seconds and when you release the parking brake. If the parking brake is not on, but this dashboard warning light is on, then your car could be low on brake fluid. In which case, you need to bring your car to Kingdom Kia for a quick brake inspection.
The Kia dashboard warning light meaning is similar to the Parking Brake and Brake Fluid Warning Light warnings. The Anti-Lock Brake warning light illuminates at start-up to ensure it's working properly, then disappears after a few seconds. If the warning light stays on, something may be wrong with your anti-lock brake system, and a brake inspection is required.
This dashboard warning light means the cruise control system is in use. This light should turn off when you deactivate the cruise control system.
This protective measure comes on when your ignition is locked and requires an alarm code to be entered to unlock it.
This alert might come on if your new Kia sedan detects you are driving on slippery surfaces and indicates that the traction control system is functioning.
If your vehicle has a performance mode, this light might come on.
This dashboard warning light turns on when the wiper fluid is low. Maintain the wiper fluid reservoir at the correct level so you can always clean your windshield for optimal visibility.
This warning light indicates a potentially serious problem with an important safety feature. We recommend having this warning light diagnosed and repaired immediately.
This signal is often accompanied by an audible chime to alert you that one or more of the vehicle's doors are open.
This warning light informs you when a taillight or headlight is out or not functioning correctly.
If the traction control or electronic stability system is not functioning properly, this symbol will appear.
The gas cap is not sealed properly. Pull over and tighten the gas cap immediately. This can also trigger a check engine light to appear.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
This horseshoe-like indicator appears when one or more of the tires on your vehicle has dropped below the manufacturer's recommended psi level. Adding air to the low tire(s) should turn off the tire pressure warning light.
Engine Oil Pressure Warning Light
If the motor oil level drops below the required amount, your Kia's engine will not be able to maintain adequate oil pressure, which can result in a catastrophic failure of your car's engine. We suggest that you pull over and turn the car off then check the oil level yourself. The oil level may be adequate, but a sensor is failing. Either add oil as needed or have your car towed to the nearest Kia service station.
This warning light will come on when you turn the key to the run position and should turn off when you start the car. If this light stays on, or your car fails to start, it means the battery does not have enough power to start your car. In which case, you will need to charge the battery in your vehicle and/or jump-start the car to drive it to a nearby Kia service department.