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These lights are located on the center of the instrument panel.

The vehicle ahead light comes on when a vehicle is ahead and a possible collision

The vehicle ahead light comes on when a vehicle is ahead and a possible collision can occur.

The forward collision alert comes on and warns when following a vehicle closely.

The forward collision alert comes on and warns when following a vehicle closely. The light then flashes when a vehicle is being rapidly approached.

See Forward Collision Alert (FCA) System on page 9‑40 for more information.

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