2008 Ford Fusion orange wrench lite came on

Asked by Nov 24, 2018 at 07:54 AM about the 2008 Ford Fusion SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2.3L automatic the orange wrench lite
came on car seems to be running fine
still I drove it  23 miles with lite on any
suggestion?

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The orange light is less drastic than the red, or flashing red. The orange light can signify something as simple as a loose gas cap, which is the first thing to check. As the car is running with no sign of a problem, and if the light continues after a few restarts after you tighten the gas cap, you can schedule a service trip at your convenience: it's not urgent. If the light changes to red, it can indicate a misfire or overheating system and requires greater attention. Have the car serviced soon. If the light flashes, this is urgent and you stop the car.

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I have a 2008 Ford fusion and while driving the orange wrench light came on and when I got to 40 mph its revs up to 3 ... 4 and dont want to shift ... i dont no what to do

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