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The little snowflake sign on the dash has always been yellow for 1 - 4 degrees and red for 0 degrees and below on all my previous Fiestas.   The temperature when I went out this morning was -3 degrees but the snowflake was amber.   Has it been changed?

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"The little snowflake sign on the dash has always been yellow for 1 - 4 degrees and red for 0 degrees"

I'd agree with that, but I tell my passengers:

Yellow for Cold, Red for B****y Cold!

I don't know where it is sited on a new Fiesta, but as I'm sure you know, the sensor measures under bonnet temperature when car is stationery,  and air temperature when it is moving.  I did have a sensor that failed, and was always wrong, but replaced it from a scrappy, as new price is looney money.

 

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On my fusion It was amber from 4o down to zero then it changed to red but on my Ecosport it's amber from 4o and doesn't change when it gets to zero, no red.

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