On a 2005 Ford Fusion 5 speed does the engine shut off automatically if the car is ran out of oil if so is there a reset button after you put oil in it

Asked by Dec 11, 2017 at 11:33 PM about the Ford Fusion

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If there is no oil the engine shuts off due to seizing.

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HOW COULD YOU LET IT RUN OUT OF OIL??? You must have had "Check Engine" light come on long before it failed. Those warning lights are put in the car for a reason. Believe me, if the factory could do without them, they would. It would save them a few cents a car.

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