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Old 06-20-2013, 06:39 PM   #1
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Oil change Complete

But now how do you start all over the percentage
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Go to the screen showing ur oil percentage the hold the "reset" button for a couple seconds till it restarts!
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Hold the reset button on the info screen.

Congrats on the oil change, you notice a bump in power! J/k
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Old 06-20-2013, 07:16 PM   #4
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I didn't work
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I didn't work
Really?? & ur holding it down right not just pressing it??
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Really?? & ur holding it down right not just pressing it??
Yes is there certain way
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Yeah you go to oil life, then hold down reset till it goes bak to 100%. You hold reset for three seconds. Have to do it every oil change as Grease Monkey doesn't seem to have the brains to do it.
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I'm happy for you to have changed your own oil. I hope you used 6 quarts and a new filter. I noticed some people told you ' 5 quarts', when you asked how much oil does our Mustangs hold. I'm old and have always changed my own oil. Just saying.....................
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I'm happy for you to have changed your own oil. I hope you used 6 quarts and a new filter. I noticed some people told you ' 5 quarts', when you asked how much oil does our Mustangs hold. I'm old and have always changed my own oil. Just saying.....................
I used 6 that was the one thing I was worried about
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