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1) is an exclamation point in a circle with rigid edges left hand corner 2) exclamation point within parenthesis on the right hand corner

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Need to know the year and model of your Ford and I can look up. Reply to this and I'll get an email letting me know. Little confused at how you are wording it but will do my best to figure out. Is one of them like the picture I have posted below. If it is let me know in the reply and will let you know what it means if it is one of the icons you are seeing.

1) is an exclamation point - clifford224_62.gif

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