Oil Reset Procedure: Ford F-350 2017-2021

Oil Reset Procedure Ford F-350 2017-2021

Oil Reset Procedure for Ford F-350 2017-2021

 

Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Ford F-350 for the year 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.

 

Ford Explorer F-350 oil reset procedure for the year 2017 through 2019.

1. Switch the ignition on. Do not start the engine.

2. Fully press the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time.

3. Keep the accelerator and brake pedals fully pressed.

4. After three seconds, a message displays confirming the reset procedure is in progress.

5. After 25 seconds, a message displays confirming the reset procedure is complete.

6. Release the accelerator and brake pedals.

7. Switch the ignition off.

 

Ford Explorer F-350 oil reset procedure for the year 2021.

1. Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position (do not start the engine). For vehicles with push-button start, press and hold the start button for two seconds without pressing the brake pedal. Do not attempt to start the engine.

2. Press the brake and accelerator pedals at the same time.

3. Keep the pedals fully depressed.

4. After three seconds, the “Service: Oil reset in prog.” message will be displayed.

5. After 25 seconds, the “Service: Oil reset complete” message will be displayed.

6. Release both the accelerator and brake pedals.

7. The “Service: Oil reset complete” message will no longer be displayed.

8. Rotate the key to the OFF position.

9. Start the vehicle. Make sure that the oil life telltale is not illuminated in the IPC, and the oil change reminder message is no longer displayed in the message center.

 

 

 

About Ford F-350

The Ford F-Series Super Duty began production in early 1998 for the 1999 model year (the 1998 model year was skipped), and consisted of the F-250 pickup truck, F-350 pickup truck, and chassis cab, as well as the F-450 and F-550 chassis cab trucks. The Super Duty trucks came in three cab configurations: two-door standard cab, two-plus-two door SuperCab, and four-door crew cab. The SuperCab Super Duty configuration introduced two standard rear-hinged doors on the extended cab, a feature also adopted by the F-150 and Ranger/Mazda B-Series for 1999. The standard-cab pickup had an 8-foot bed; the SuperCab and crew cabs had a 6 3/4-foot bed, with an 8-foot bed available as an option. Chassis cab models had a wider range of bed length and wheelbase options, but the same cabs. Two-wheel drive was standard, with four-wheel drive available as an option; a dual rear-wheel axle was optional with either drive configuration on F-350 pickup trucks.

Aside from taillamp lenses and the tailgate, the Super Duty F-Series trucks share no visible exterior parts with the Ford F-150, which was designed by Andrew Jacobson (designer of the 1997 Ford F-150). Only the base-equipment 5.4-liter V8 and 4R100 transmission are shared under the hood. While sharing the same aerodynamic cab design as its smaller sibling, the exteriors of the Super Duty trucks differ significantly forward of the windshield. While the Super Duty is frequently compared to the 1994-2002 Dodge Ram, it also borrows styling cues from much larger Ford trucks, such as the Ford LTL-9000 and Aeromax, with a raised hood line, large grille, and low fenders. The design of the side window openings was inspired by the 1996 redesign of the Louisville/Aeromax; the front portion is lowered, allowing for increased side visibility (as well as larger sideview mirrors). Manual-telescoping trailer-tow mirrors were available as an option to improve aerodynamics over metal-framed mirrors. Two large, complete, ring-style front tow hooks were included as an industry first. The 2002 model year saw a minor update, which included a new instrument cluster with a digital odometer.

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