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Bought a 2006 explorer and the low air in tire warning and change oil now warning comes on every time I start the car and I have to reset it. can I reset the computer? I have the computer readout gauge but cant find where to plug it in on this 2006 explorer. how can i reset those two warnings so they wont keep beeping?

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All tire pressures have to be close to the same to turn of low tire waning. Th change oil is reset easily, and the directions should be in your owners manual.

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

  • David Johnson
    David Johnson Dec 26, 2008

    Found this for you!

    you are not doing it right even though you think you are. You turn the key forward so the dash lights light up. Then push menu until it says push enter to go to system setup. Then when you reach the performance required light hold reset. It should say "if new hold reset" briefly let up the button then hold it down again and it should say "hold to confirm" again briefly let up on it and then hold it down until it says 100% turn key off and then start the truck and it should be reset. the key is that you have to let up and repush the button each time if you just hold it like it says it will not reset.

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