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2009-05-16 01:17:43
2009-05-16 01:17:43

Press the select button and the unit button at the same time for four seconds. The answer is in your Ford manual that came with the car.


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Well, I know that on a 2000 merc cougar, if you press and hold the "Select" and "Units" buttons at the same time, it will reset the light. Hopefully this helps.

on the fuel computer controuls hold the units and select buttons for 5 seconds and it will turn off and you will here a chime

If you're talking about that light that looks like a wrench, it involves the trip computer buttons. I believe they were the "units" and "select" buttons and you have to press them for five or ten seconds at the same time.

where is the anti theft located on a 2000 mercury cougar

With an OBD2 scan tool. The problem must be repaired or the light will just come back on.

Hold down the units and Select button (found on the upper dash and controls the clock) simutaneously for 10 seconds. This resets your maintenance from that point through another 3K miles, at which point the wrench will appear again.

To reset the light,hold the SELECT and UNITS buttons for 5 seconds.The service interval light will be illuminated and then extinguish after approximately 4 seconds.

disconnect the negative battery cable for 60 seconds then re-connect should do it

it means its time for an oil change scheduled mantanence it 3,300ish miles... i believe holding the units and reset button turns it off, its some combiation of 2 buttons on the rip computer... the manual tells how to reset The two buttons are the "Select" and "Units" on the dashboard. Press and hold them until it beeps and the light goes out.

your oil needs to be changed every 3000 miles and that is a reminder for you to get it done. to turn it off hold the select and units buttons at the same time for ten seconds and it will reset it. it will come on after you have been 3000 more miles

its just a reminder for your suggested routine maintennance. to reset the light, hold the select and units button on the trip computer for about five seconds or so. the service interval light will come one, and it will all go off after four seconds or so.

There is nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock.

Had the same problem. You can reset it by unlocking either door with the key.

my light went off when i put a new gas cap on and unhooked the battery 10 min too reset

How do you reset the oil life light on Mercury Mariner? Dealer didn;t reset at oil change & we are out of state now. Thanks

Insert your key into your door then turn and hold it for about 5 seconds. That should do it!

I believe it is in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel and that there is an access hole through the kick panel to reset the switch

Disconnect the vehicles battery. Leave it unhooked for several hours. Reconnect the battery. This should reset the 1989 cougars computer.

there is no reset for the abs, it does self diagnostics at startup and will stay lit until it ceases to detect a problem. chekc your fuses sometimes this will trip the light

It is very easy to reset the check engine light on a VW car. All you have to do is to push the wrench button located near the trip reset. You will hold it in while turning on the ignition. after the service message appears, let go of the wrench button and hold in the minute button. Turn the ignition off and the computer will reset.

My 1999 Cougar did that too. To reset the alarm system, put your key in the lock of the driver's door and lock and unlock. That worked for me.

The reset ranch light with the oil can on a Chevy C 5500 is a warning to check the oil. It can also mean that the oil needs to be changed.

im the one asking the question because i dont know how to do it. how van i contribute to the answer?

To reset the service engine soon light on a 2006 Mercury Mountaineer, you can buy a scan tool. Make sure you note down the numbers before scanning.

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