My wrench light has been coming on with no warning and am going in limp mode.

Asked by Jan 14, 2014 at 01:53 PM about the 2007 Ford Edge

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

For the last month, my wrench light has come on about a dozen times and the car goes in limp mode.  I am able to pull the car over, turn it off and take they key out of the ignition.  Then the light is off when I restart the car.  It seems as if it comes on more frequently the colder it is.  The vehicle seems to have lost its "get up and go" and sometimes stays in low gear longer that it had in the past.  My tranny fluid is fine...It almost feels like I'm towing a trailer!  The RPMs seem to rev and dip as well with no rhyme or reason.  It has never stalled out completely, but I would like to fix it before it does.  Any thoughts?

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The listing/explainations of all the dash cluster lights are in your owners manual. The wrench light is like a check engine light. Have a mechanic read the codes for you and repair. Most proabably a faulty sensor.

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I went to a dealership and they put in all new spark plugs. The gap on the spark plugs are suppose to be about .0055 and they one's on my Edge were at .0085. Ive read all the issue to and I went to a non Dealership and they first checked the plugs and they were bad. It cost about $250.00

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Why does the wrench light come on what does that light means

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