Locate the switch and press the reset button.
I believe it is in the right front passenger footwell by or behind the right front kick panel
no there is no reset switch under the hood of a 1990 f150 the only reset switch is the inertia switch for the fuel pump located under drivers side dash against firewall black box with red button
To reset the oil change light on a Ford f150 you start by pressing the button on the dashboard. After you press the button on dashboard, it will start to cycle through liquid level checks, such as fuel level. When it gets to the oil, press and hold the reset button.
In the right front passenger footwell , by or behind the kick panel
In the front passenger footwell , behind the kick panel
ON THE PASSENGER SIDE KICK PANEL HERE IS A LITTLE BLACK BOX. ON THE TOP OF IT. THERE IS A BUTTON.
After an oil change, the reset light on the 2012 Ford F150 may reset itself. If not, on the left side of the steering wheel use the toggle button to scroll to the settings menu. Press the > button to go to Vehicle Settings. Press > again and scroll to Vehicle. Press > once again and scroll to Oil Life Reset. You can set to any percentage you want from 10-100%. Press and hold the OK button to set.
under dash on pass side or behind kick panel on pass side
I am not completely sure what you are asking, but I think you may be asking about a reset button for the check engine light(CEL)? The fact is, there is no such thing. There is a fuel reset button,called an inertia switch, that is to shut off the fuel pump if you are in a wreck. On an F150, it should be behind the right hand front kick panel, and on a windstar, it should be in the right hand rear cargo area. If the "reset" butttons were tripped then the vehicles would not run, because the fuel pump would not be operating. If the only symptom you have is a CEL, then you need to have a scanner hooked up to find out what's wrong.
check under the carpet between the seats if you have buckets or behind if you have a bench.
I BELIEVE it is in the right front passenger footwell , by or behind the kick panel