Question about 2002 Mercury Mountaineer
I had my Oil Changed at a National Oil Change location...My car is a 2008, so it has a RESET for the CHANGE OIL indication display...
When I left the place, I noticed I COULDN'T SEE THE INFORMATION CENTER AT ALL! It is illuminated, but BARELY! What can I do to correct it?
PS: Yes, I DID go back and they didn't have a clue...
see owners manual for information
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The message center is a vacuum fluorescent display, part of the instrument cluster. The message center electronic functions use both hardwired, standard corporate protocol (SCP), and UART based protocal (UBP) communication networks to transmit and receive information. As a technician it is very important to understand:
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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