2021-2022 Ford F650/F750 Oil Change Light Reset Guide

Last Updated on March 9, 2022 by Nick

Hi, mister! What is going on? I’m here today to teach you how to reset the oil light on the Ford F650/F750 after you’ve had an engine oil change. If you don’t, your vehicle will keep informing you that it’s time for an oil change.

So now I’m just going to show you how to do it. It is something straightforward, sure. Stay tuned so I can show you how to reset and get out of that warning once the oil and the filter have been changed. So please stick with me.

2021-2022 Ford F650/F750 Oil Change Light Reset Guide

2021-2022 Ford F650/F750 Oil Change Light Reset Guide

It’s worth noting that the method you use will be determined by the year and type of your car (2020, 2021, 2022).

Base Cluster

  • First, you turn on the ignition, but not the engine
  • Then you press the left button and it’s going to show the main menu
  • From there, you go down to DRIVER ASSIST and hit OK
  • After that, go to the MAINT MONITOR and it’s going to show you the difference
  • Over here, you press down till it’s going to show you the OIL LIFE
  • To reset, you just need to hold down the OK button for a few second

High Series Cluster

Time needed: 3 minutes.

Alright, we got a Ford F650/F750 with a big screen. We’re going to press the directional pad on the steering wheel so that it will indicate and we can select the menu. So the oil reset can be done as follows:

  1. Turn on the ignition

    If your vehicle has an ignition button, press the START/STOP button two times without stepping on the brake pedal

  2. Clear any message

    Once the engine has been turned on, you may proceed to delete any messages by pressing the OK button on the display
    steering button to reset oil life on ford

  3. Go to the TRUCK INFO

    Next, you’ll want to utilize the left and right arrows to browse to the TRUCK INFO section


    After that, choose MAINTENANCE MONITOR and click OK

  5. Select OIL LIFE

    Then choose the OIL LIFE option

  6. Hold down the OK button

    At this point, the screen reads “Hold OK to reset,” so you simply do that and you’re good to go

So that’s going to be it for the post today, guys. I’m also available in the comments section to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for checking it out, and have a great day.

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