Q: 2017 ford fusion downhill assist stuck on

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My downhill grade button will not turn off so the car is running rough

My car has 21090 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Levalle. Thanks for contacting us tonight. Since your car is 2017, you should contact your Ford dealership first to let them know about this issue. Having a third-party mechanic suggest or complete any repairs would likely void any warranty.

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