Oil Reset Procedure for Mercury Monterey 2004-2007
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Mercury Monterey for the year 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercury Monterey for the year 2004 through 2007
1. Turn ignition to the “RUN” position.
2. Press the “STATUS” button to access the “SYSTEM CHECK” menu.
3. Press the “RESET” button.
4. Press and hold the “RESET” button until “OIL LIFE SET TO 100%” is displayed.
5. Turn ignition off.
Or you can also try this porcedure;
1. Turn the ignition to run, one position before starting engine.
2. Press the SETUP control to access the System Check function.
3. Press and release the RESET control to display “OIL LIFE XX% HOLD RESET NEW”.
4. Press and hold the RESET control for 2 seconds to display “IF NEW OIL HOLD RESET”.
5. Press and hold the RESET control to display “OIL LIFE SET TO 100%”. Your oil life is now reset.
Oil Reset Procedure for Mercury Monterey for the year 2007
1. Turn the ignition to run (one position before starting engine).
2. Press the STATUS control to access the System Check function.
3. Press RESET to reset oil %.
4. Press and hold the RESET control to set to 100%. After a successful reset, the message centre will display OIL LIFE SET TO 100%.
5. Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.
Additional Mercury Monterey Oil Reset Light Procedure Information
About Mercury Monterey
Following a drop in minivan sales in the mid-2000s, the Freestar and Monterey were phased out after the 2007 model year, with no direct replacement. The model line was functionally matched in North America by the 7-passenger 2008 Ford Taurus X wagon/CUV; in Mexico, the Freestar was replaced by the Ford Transit/Tourneo. Ford returned to the segment in 2014, when the Ford Transit Connect compact MPV gained 7-passenger seating in North America.
Ford discontinued the Freestar and Monterey after falling far short of sales projections in 2007. Oakville Assembly completed the final Monterey on August 25, 2006, and the final Freestar on December 29, 2006.
Ford largely replaced the Freestar in Mexico and export markets with the V185 Ford Transit/Tourneo (front-wheel drive). In North America, Ford was the first American manufacturer to abandon the minivan segment entirely, with the Ford Taurus X (Freestyle) marketed as a 7-passenger vehicle by Ford; in 2009, the Taurus X was replaced by the Flex and Explorer. (Source: Wiki)