2006–2010 Ford Explorer Oil Change Required Light Reset – Ford Explorer is an SUV that was produced by the American manufacturer, Ford since 1990. Up to 2010 (Fourth Generation) This car uses a body-on-frame, while for the 2011 model (fifth generation), Ford Explorer moved to a more modern unibodi full size. Ford increasingly established its name as the developer of the latest automotive technology, from the development of hybrid cars to the infotainment system security driver. In a conference titled “Go Further Trend”, the ranks of researchers from Ford showcased a number of new material made from plants. Most are taken from everyday food products and the rest of exotic materials. Both types will be used as a Ford car interior materials in the future.
Ford has long developed a similar technology, even they have taken 10 years to create pads made from soy. The results of these studies also led to the seats and headrests are embedded in a Ford Explorer. Door trim from the grain embedded in the model Ford Flex, while a tropical plant called kenaf substitute for petroleum-based resin in the door of the Ford Escape. The development was continued with coconut pulp processing into bioplastic material in some parts of the vehicle. It seems Ford wants to emphasize that the use of hybrid technology alone is not enough for the earth green. The technology must also be supported by the interior materials that are environmentally friendly.
How to Reset 2006–2010 Ford Explorer Oil Change Light:
Turn the ignition to run, one position before starting engine.
Press the TRIP/RESET button to cycle to “SETUP MENU HOLD RESET”.
Now press and hold the button for 2 seconds until “RESET FOR SYSTEM CHECK” is displayed, then release.
Imediately press and hold button for 2 more seconds until “Oil 100% RESET IF NEW” is displayed, then release.
Imediately press button once to display “HOLD RESET IF NEW OIL” and release.
Imediately press and hold button for 2 seconds until “OIL LIFE SET TO 100%” is displayed.
Turn key off and then start your car and it should be reset.
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Note: You have to let up and repush the button each time. This procedure should applies to the Fourth generation of Ford Explorer (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010). Hopefully the article of 2006–2010 Ford Explorer Oil Change Required Light Reset can solve your problem. Good Luck! 😀