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Old 12-08-2010, 02:04 PM   #1
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How do you reset the change oil message on a 2010 XLT 4.6 3v
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not trying to be an ***, but look in your owners manual. Thats why they give them to you.
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Scroll to the oil monitor index and push the re-set button.
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not trying to be an ***, but look in your owners manual. Thats why they give them to you.

Not trying to be an ***; but if we each told everyone who asked a question here, to go look in the f..cking manual, we wouldn't need the forum, now would we?
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so wheel off sets, lift questions and all the other add on/tech questions are in the owner manual son?

There is a point when reality should kick in and people should say to themselves "o **** I have a owners manual" for such obvious questions.

Maybe its the Marine in me, but for f*cks sake common sense seems to be out the window nowadays.
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so wheel off sets, lift questions and all the other add on/tech questions are in the owner manual son?

There is a point when reality should kick in and people should say to themselves "o **** I have a owners manual" for such obvious questions.

Maybe its the Marine in me, but for f*cks sake common sense seems to be out the window nowadays.
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Actually guys, I don't think that info is available in the owner's guide. I skimmed thru it and didn't see it.

Also, the Techs (if you call them that) at my stealer had no idea either.......

Two Techs told me it reset itself either by mileage or time........

I showed them how to reset it.
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Actually guys, I don't think that info is available in the owner's guide. I skimmed thru it and didn't see it.

Also, the Techs (if you call them that) at my stealer had no idea either.......

Two Techs told me it reset itself either by mileage or time........

I showed them how to reset it.
I think this was just covered last week...

It is indeed in the manual on how to reset along with how to change your oil change interval.

http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pub.../09f12og3e.pdf

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Not trying to be an ***; but if we each told everyone who asked a question here, to go look in the f..cking manual, we wouldn't need the forum, now would we?
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