Hold down the units and Select button (found on the upper dash and controls the clock) simutaneously for 10 seconds. This resets your maintenance from that point through another 3K miles, at which point the wrench will appear again.
You need an oil change.
with a socket & wrench
I believe it's either a 40 or 45.
According to the 2001 Mercury Cougar Owner Guide : The wrench light in the overhead warning lights means : ( routine maintenance should be performed , the light comes on after approximately 4800 miles / 358 days )
It means that you need to change your oil.
Well, I know that on a 2000 merc cougar, if you press and hold the "Select" and "Units" buttons at the same time, it will reset the light. Hopefully this helps.
You need a torx type socket. If you use an Allen wrench...you will strip out the inside of the bolt.
I means change the oil or rest the oil % indicator.
If you're talking about that light that looks like a wrench, it involves the trip computer buttons. I believe they were the "units" and "select" buttons and you have to press them for five or ten seconds at the same time.
on the fuel computer controuls hold the units and select buttons for 5 seconds and it will turn off and you will here a chime
Press the select button and the unit button at the same time for four seconds. The answer is in your ford manual that came with the car.
I checked the owners manual and the wrench light in the overhead warning lights comes on after aproximately 7700 KM ( 4800 miles ) or 358 days to indicate routine service should be performed
This is the service interval light, it goes off every 4,800 miles to tell you to get a oil change, and perform routine maintenance. To turn it off, hold down the Select and Units buttons till it flashes and turns off.
A screwdriver and a 10mm socket wrench.
go to ford dealer and purchase new one or go to auto store and purchase an ordinary 4 way lug wrench
The wrench symbol is the service indicator. On the 406 the wrench symbol is displayed with milage to service when ignition is switched on.
A torque wrench is like a regular wrench - but with an indicator added. This indicator will tell you when you have tightened the nut/bolt to a certain degree, either by clicking or by a dial showing a certain value. You get the required torque setting from a manual or maintenance handbook.
15mm wrench. righty tighty, lefty loosy. so turn it counter-clockwise... dont forget the oil filter
idk accords that well, but more then likely its a maintenance issue!! Oil change is probably the main factor.
You didn't say year, but most after '97 are 7mm Allen key.
Place a wrench on the pulley that pulls the belt tight. Its not the A/c, alternater, water pump, or fan but the other one. This should make the belt loose then pull it off. Replace with a new belt. Ensure that the belt is in the correct sequence as it was before.
Standard floor jack, 4 way lug wrench, "c" clamp large enough to compress pads, and a ½ inch socket wrench with extension.
If your asking about the small picture of a wrench, it's a service interval reminder light. It automatically comes on every 4,800 miles or 358 days after you clear it. It indicates routine maintenance.