2010 Ford Fusion Wrench Light

Asked by SM222 Jun 10, 2019 at 10:45 AM about the 2010 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I’m driving down the interstate going
about 75, I have no noticeable issues and I
just glance down and I notice my wrench
light is on. I’m noticing no issues when
shifting or a loss of power. Being on the
interstate and away from home I continued
on for about an hour. As I’m driving the
wrench light goes off. Still I have no
noticeable issues. I return home and shut off
my car, go back out to run some errands and
go to work the next morning and I have no
issues. Could this have just been some weird
glitch or is it cause for concern?

3 Answers


Mine just did the same thing. Temps in the upper 80's, and I was going 72+ - might have accelerated to pass someone. When I start the car again it was gone. Planning to take it in and have it checked, but would also like to know if this is just a weird glitch.

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I have had the exact same issue. Driving 70mph down the interstate the light comes on and stays on until the car is shut off. The power doesn't seem to be affected. Just got a new battery and had the power assist steering adjusted. Anyone know the answer?

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The same has been happening to my 2010 fusion hybrid for the past few years never noticing power problems. Last night I had no power when I tried to accelerate and when I looked down my wrench light and check engine light were on...now it’s a problem. I take it today to find out wth.

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