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press the home key, volume key, and power key hold for 10-15 seconds, when screen changes only release power key and continue holding volume key and home key. A menu will appear on your screen just follow instructions to do a reset. Good luck
Look for similar models that came out with the same injector housing, csmnl is good for comparing what part can be used off various models and makes. then search e--y with the info gathered then swap tps and reset with your ecu procedure, again search web for info.
most unt key on run engine off
depress fuel pedal 3 times to floor withine 5 second
then start engine should reset oil life
there may also be an info button in dash panel
if so use and scroll true menu to reset
owner manual shoul also explain how to
ok, follow this steps, this will reset your phone to what it used to be before you messed with it. SAVE ALL YOUR INFO, VIDS, N PICS:
2. Select Accessories
3. Clear Storage
4. Type in 1234
5. Select Yes
Second Option> Hard Reboot:
a T-Mobile Dash and HTCS620 without the operating system:
off, hold the two soft keys (the dashes to the left and right of the
hold the power button for 1-2 seconds and then release the soft keys.
prompt you to clear storage. The “send" button which is considered as the
green phone button.
The info that is gatthered on your display is taken from the engine ecu which is calculating average mpg, average distance, how many miles left in your tank etc. The only faulty part is your dash insert (speedo clocks). As you probably gather all the info is gathered electronically,from your throttle movement to the altitude of the vehicle which along with many other statistics is calculating your mpg, it wont be your ecu or would experience more seroius problems, so I am betting on your dash clocks,but get it diagnosed before spending money, hope this helps.
do a sw reset....its possible it was damaged when it was dropped in the water, but not likey....
turn the phone off, press and hold the soft keys (buttons with the lines on them above the home key and back arrow key) and hold it down.....press the power button while you are doing that until the white t-mobile screen will come on, then instead of going to the green windows mobile screen, a black screen with white writing......press the green button....it will get you in your phone but it will erase your info as a result....