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Foton Tunland Pricing and Specs


Foton Tunland
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CarsGuide has published 5 expert reviews of the Foton Tunland. It has an average rating of 6.6 out of 10. Read all the reviews here.

The Foton Tunland is available from $34,990 to $34,990 for the 2024 range of models in Dual Cab body types.

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Foton Tunland FAQs

Yellow warning light in my 2018 Foton Tunland

The most obvious warning light that features a thermometer icon along with what could be described as fumes is the low coolant warning light which is sometimes yellow or orange (as opposed to red). If that's the case, the `fumes' are actually representing the coolant (as little waves). The other warning light that commonly displays gas fumes is the light to tell you there's a problem with the vehicle's diesel particulate filter (DPF). This is also often a yellow or orange light.

Car-makers tend to save red warning lights for the more serious problems such as low oil pressure or high coolant temperature. Even so, a yellow or orange warning light should not be ignored as it can easily develop into a red-light situation pretty quickly.

It sounds simple, but have you checked the owner's manual for the vehicle? There's likely to be a chapter dealing with what warning lights represent what.

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Why is the tyre pressure light in my 2014 Foton Tunland flashing when the tyre pressure is fine??

These systems often use wireless technology to send the low-pressure warning signal from the sensor inside the tyre to the car’s computer. Which is fine, but think about how many times your wireless internet signal fails or drops out. That could simply be what’s happening here; the computer is getting no signal, so it presumes there’s a problem.

In many cases, the problem can also be a flat battery in one of the tyre sensors. These usually last between five and 10 years, so on that basis, your car is a candidate for flat sensor batteries. Often, the batteries are not replaceable and you’ll have to replace the whole sensor. If that’s the case, replacing all four would make sense.

You might also find there’s a procedure for resetting the sensors so that they talk to the computer in a meaningful way. Your owner’s manual should detail this process, but it’s often a pretty convoluted one with a distinct time limit before the computer times out.

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Battery connection problems in 2015 Foton Tunland

Disconnect the battery and reconnect it again. If it doesn’t take it to a mechanic who should be able to sort it out for you.

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* Price is based on Glass's Information Services third party pricing data for the lowest priced Foton Tunland variant.

The Price excludes costs such as stamp duty, other government charges and options.

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