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Exclimation point light on! I lost my!

Hubby is roadside w/an overheated 01 Focus...That (!) light is the one that is on....
Anyone got their manual handy?
I can't seem to find the light and it's purpose online....

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It means that the computer is not recieving a signal from one of the sensors - It could be any of them.

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