Mazda Warning Light Wrench Meaning
A new icon in the dashboard, especially a wrench, can be offputting.
However, in a Mazda, the wrench does not mean something is broken or that you can’t drive your vehicle safely – it’s meant to serve as a convenient reminder.
The wrench indicator light means the present maintenance period arrived. It will illuminate after the ignition is switched ON and it will turn off after a few seconds. If you see the Mazda wrench warning light, you should take your Mazda to a certified service center for routine maintenance.
Are other lights appearing in your dashboard? Check out comprehensive information on Mazda Warning Lights.
Schedule Mazda Service at Our Inver Grove Heights Service Center
Taking routine care of your Mazda will ensure its lasting excellence and save you money in the long run. Fortunately for Inver Grove drivers, our certified Mazda technicians know exactly which oil your vehicle takes, when you need a tire rotation, and how to perform technical repairs quickly and effectively. Of course, we’ll also address all of your Mazda’s warning lights!
To schedule Mazda service, fill out our online appointment form. To accommodate your busy schedule, we’re open six days a week – Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 6 PM and Saturday from 8 AM to 4 PM. Although we aim to get you back on the streets promptly, feel free to enjoy modern amenities like free Wi-Fi and gourmet coffee.
We recommend checking out our Mazda service specials for savings on your next visit to our service center.
If you have any questions about Mazda warning lights, don’t hesitate to contact us at Inver Grove Mazda, near St. Paul. We look forward to getting your Mazda running at peak performance!