That's what I want to know too. They are so dang politically correct that they are afraid that some body from East Egypt won't understand it...…….Heck, even those from East Egypt don't understand this crap!!Why can't they just put the word there. Even if you don't speak whatever language, you can at least look it up. Symbols are hard to translate.
two replies are better than none Bill.I think it says STOP. So I guess you should stop. Does it happen when the tractor is on a slope?
From a New Holland manual
"Red Stop light – If Stop light comes on stop the tractor immediately and investigate the cause. A warning symbol will appear in the Dot Matrix Display to confirm the location of the fault."
I'll move this into the Ford New Holland forum where it belongs. You may get some Ford folks over there that can help you.
Edit.... Sorry Fred, I was looking around too long and posted after you had!?!
I use to own a New Holland Tractor. The only time the bottom Oil Pressure indicator came on is when I was on and incline and the bottom crank case was not getting enough oil. The indicator also comes on when the front air screen and cooler coils are blocked with debris. This causes the temp to go up and the stopped indicator will flash. Also you might be low on oil. You have 838 hours on your engine, the indicator also comes on when it has not been serviced. All Farm tractors have a break end period from 100 hours to 150 hours. Then it needs to go back to the dealership for service warranty.
According to the User Manual, it's related to the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF). It is likely blocked or inhibited in some way. There are two associated fault codes (3786, 3787). I hope this helps.