Join Date: Oct 2009
Drives Hyundai Terracan 2.9 CRDI, Ford ranger 2.2XLT
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Have anyone tried this? Is this also applicable on terracan?
Service indicator can be reset WITHOUT any special equiptment.
1. Turn off ignition
2. Press and hold trip reset button next to speedo
3. Turn on ignition (II). A counter will no count down from ten to zero. once reached zero, release trip reset button.
4. Switch ignition off and back on again (II). Indicator is now reset
How-To : Electronic Odometer by rpwsrw
Warning: Neither nor its Members may be held responsible for the outcome of performing such a modification to ones car. Such acts are performed at ones own risk, and sole responsibility must be assumed. This may include, but not limited to, the voiding of vehicles factory warranty.
Always put safety first; using jackstands, eye protection, and all other required safety measures. It is also recommended to have supervision whenever possible.
Install Time: 5 minutes Difficulty Level:1
Insert Key (do not turn it)
Press and hold the Trip-Meter Reset Button.
While holding the reset button, start your car and continue holding the button.
Within 10 seconds, the display should change to "test" (written in a silly LCD font) and the needles will go nuts. Release the Button.
Pressing the button will now cycle through some 15 different modes or more.
Breakdown of some of the functions:
1 Press - Shows a Gauge Sweep
2 Presses - Shows all 8's on the LCD (LCD TEST)
3 Presses - Illuminates all the bulbs on the dash
6 Presses - Shows DTC Troubleshooting Codes
7 Presses - DIGITAL SPEEDOMETER - MPH
8 Presses - DIGITAL SPEEDOMETER - KPH
10 Presses - DIGITAL TACHOMETER
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