the ! usually means to check something under hood or oil change reminder. Depends on the car, You should check your owners manual.
The length from the middle of the steer wheels to the center point between the drive tandems (for a tandem truck) or center of the single drive axle (on a single axle truck).
it's the point in the rotation of a internal combustion engine just before the piston reaches the bottom of it's down stroke
The center of gravity of a vehicle depends on all three weight distributions. Technically, it is the point where all the weight could be concentrated for purposes of calculating vehicle performance. More practically, it is an indication of how well the weight is distributed. Of the three weight distributions, the location of the center of gravity in the vertical direction is the most important because it affects stability - high is bad, low is good.
TDC with regards to an engine means Top Dead Center - and that means a piston is at the highest point in the cylinder befores it starts to go back down the cylinder
I think it is the amount of air in your tires
You have a tire low on air.
If the exclamation point is inside a yellow horseshoe, the tire pressure is low
It's a tire pressure light. Your tire pressure is off.
You have a soft tire. Check all the tires for correct air pressure.
upside horseshoe on the car
an exclamation point !
Tire Pressure warning.
Tire pressure is low
It is an exclamation point and/or exclamation mark.
An exclamation mark after a number is the symbol for the factorial function.
Uncorrect tire pressure