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POWERTRAIN DASHBOARD WARNING LIGHT
This dashboard symbol may illuminate red or yellow / amber on the Ford Transit / Connect. A cog with an exclamation mark inside indicates a malfunction with the powertrain, a sensor or software fault. A malfunction with the powertrain may see the vehicle lose a certain amount of power, but will continue to run. If light flashes whilst driving, avoid heavy acceleration or deceleration and gently reduce speed. Symbol may illuminate with the engine warning light MIL -(see below). If both lights illuminate together, a continual reduction in power is likely, possibly followed by the turning off. Have vehicle checked by a Ford technician immediately
you should have 2 dots on the cams one on each. and on the crank there is a locking lug for the cog the lug should be facing up in the middle of the engine. put in middle and turn 2 cogs to the right then it is in tdc. for twin cam's, here is some pic's to help you.
hi from uk the camshaft marks at TDC should be both cams at 12o/clock positions in line with pointer on on rear of cams on engine? the crankshaft at TDC marks lined up at approx 11 o/clock thebalance shaft/cog must also aligne with marks on cog and engine these are at 9 o/clock position ? the oil pump cog also is market to aligne with engine mark on engine at approx 11 o/clock all above is prior to fitting new belt+tensioner hope this helps ? best wishes from n/west uk
I know your problem has been fixed by now, but I wanted to answer in case anyone else is looking for this. That symbol is indicative of a TPMS (Tire Pressure Management System) malfunction. It more than likely meant that one or more of your tires were low. But could also mean that your car's onboard computer can no longer monitor the system at all and needs fixed.
That would be your tire pressure indacator light. Check your tire pressure and adjust accordingly. the tire pressure the factory reccomends for the car is located on a sticker, usualy on the lower driver's door, around the door latch.