What is the green indicator light on my dashboard that goes on and off while I'm driving.

Asked by GuruVD49D Aug 02, 2018 at 08:05 AM about the 2011 Hyundai Accent GLS Sedan FWD

Question type: General

While I'm driving I have a green ECO light that goes
on and off while I'm driving.

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It essentially means that you're driving the car conservatively enough to maximize fuel consumption. If you floor the car (or basically accelerate it with a little vigor) the eco light disappears momentarily until you ease off the gas and resume cruising speed. Depending on the type of vehicle, in the ECO mode, the throttle responsiveness, transmission gear shifting, or the electric systems will be tuned to reduce their energy draw. You can refer to the owner’s manual for specific information on what your ECO light means.

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