Under the steering column directly under the ignition switch there should be a small round screwdriver sized hole. Turn the key to the on or run position. Find a small pointed object to reach in the hole with. You will push in on a small button while you you pull out on the key switch. To install the new one simply line the new one up in the same position and push it back in place until it clicks. Turn it off and back on to make sure it moves freely and you are done. Now from your question I assume you are talking about the piece of the ingnition switch where the key is inserted. The actual electrical part of the ignition switch is located on the top of the steering column assembly and you have to take the column loose from the dash to replace it. If you have any more questions feel free to ask me at fordfinds@Yahoo.com. I'm not 100% sure that every column has a hole in the plastic to punch the button. I don't think I've had one that didn't but I've changed several while I had the plastic cover off of the column to replace the gear shift boot as well. So if it has no hole you will of course have to remove the plastic cover.
* Turn on ignition. * Hold down Right trip button and continue to do so whilst turning off ignition. * Still with Right trip button held down turn ignition back on. * Release Right trip button. * With ignition still on turn Left trip button to the Right and release. * Turn off ignition.
If it's a MKIV Golf.* Turn on ignition.* Hold down Right trip button and continue to do so whilst turning off ignition.* Still with Right trip button held down turn ignition back on.* Release Right trip button.* With ignition still on turn Left trip button to the Right and release.* Turn off ignition.
ignition on press reset button on left hand side of instrument cluster twice ignition off hold in reset button ignition on keep holding button in for 10 sec- release.
turn on ignition press right hand button on speedo for more than 3sec hours will flash press to change release button for 5 secs minutes will flash change minutes
First, turn on ignition and hold down right trip button while turning off ignition. Then, turn ignition back on and release right trip button. And then, turn left trip button to the right and release. Finally, turn off ignition. Service indicator should be reset when you next start the vehicle.
On the bottom left of the instrument cluster, is a button marked 0. Switch ignition on and immediately press the button. Switch ignition off. Press and hold the button while switching the ignition on. After 10 seconds, the new interval will appear, accompanied by a beep. Release button. Switch ignition off.
To reset the service light: With the ignition off, hold down the trip reset button (0.0) Turn the ignition on, release the trip reset button. Press the minute "m" button. You're good to go. You can also watch a free video instructions on www.vehix411.com
may be button on gear handle is stacked, check position of button, release it fully.
- Push on the [MLS/Km] button - Turn the key ignition to on, the language should appear on the display - Release the [MLS/Km] button - Change the language using the same left button - Validate by pushing the [A/B] for few seconds You're done =)
Turn off ignition,press in trip button and hold for a few seconds, release, turn on ignition and twist trip button to the right and release.Job done!
push in and hold the odometer reset button, then turn ignition key until all your dash board lights (enginge, gen, check eng, etc) come on. Wait until oil change light starts flashing, release odometer button. Shut off ignition. done.
Turn the ignition switch to off, then press and hold the service wrench button. While still holding the button, turn your ignition to on without starting the car. Press the clock button marked "Min" and then release the wrench button.