Q: My power train dash light came on in my 2007 Ford Explorer

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My power train light (wrench light) came on today I was wonder if you new what could cause that the truck shifts fine it get power and acceleration fine but the light came on when I started the truck this morning and then went off after about 15 minutes of driving

My car has 131814 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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