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Warning Lights Explained
Cruise Control Warning
Trunk Ajar Warning
Hood Ajar Warning
Traction Control OFF
Traction Control Warning
Tire Pressure Warning
Lane Keep Assist
Check Engine Light
Blind Spot Warning OFF
Air Bag Warning
Charging System Warning
Electronic Parking Brake Warning
Engine Coolant Warning
Heads Up Display Warning
Oil Pressure Warning
Seat Belt Warning
The Ford Motor Corporation is an American multinational automaker headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan. The company was founded by Henry Ford and incorporated on June 16, 1903.
In addition to the Ford brand, it also has luxury car brands Aston Martin and Lincoln as well as a motorcycle brand named Harley-Davidson.
You can find the Ford warning lights for many of the popular models that the company has sold during this century on this website.
In 2017 alone, Ford sold 2 million vehicles with total revenue of $145 billion USD.
Ford’s history begins in 1903 with Henry Ford, who at the time also was an employee of the Edison Illuminating Company.
At this point, he began working on a car that would have enough speed to climb hills and move heavy loads up steep inclines while still being affordable for ordinary Americans.
His first attempt resulted in what is now known as Model A.
We explain the meanings of these Ford symbols along with an icon demonstration to help you find the one you are looking for quickly.
How the Company is Doing Today
What are the Popular Ford Models?
Ford has a wide range of vehicles that serve just about every kind of need.
Their cars come in many different styles, sizes and body configurations for both commercial purposes as well as personal driving needs.
Some examples include the Edge which is designed to be an all-in-one crossover vehicle with luxury styling at an affordable price point
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