My wife is in a rental car, the oil change light came on...she pushed it, a few minutes later the info light came on. We couldn't get ahold of the rental company. So, with that being said does anyone know if this is in direct relationship to the oil change light being pushed. I do know it's under warranty, and I do know low oil pressure is an issue with engines. Does anyone know where the info button is located to see what it is trying to tell. Also, my previous question of is it directly related to pushing the oil change button?

Asked by Dec 01, 2016 at 03:11 PM about the 2016 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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65,305

Just check the oil level and top it off. Contact the rental agency for further instructions. The oil changes are their responsibility. You should have mentioned that it is a rental up front.

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If there is an owners manual in the car it should give more information on the warning lights.

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I appreciate the common sense answers, just curious if anyone can answer the questions I asked. Thank you

She is alone on the road, 80miles from the nearest town and no book in glove compartment.

65,305

Don't worry about it. Check the oil level and keep driving. Do tell the rental agency at the first opportunity.

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