Resetting the Oil Light: A Comprehensive Guide for 2013 Ford Fiesta Owners

Today, we will be discussing how to reset the oil light on a 2013 Ford Fiesta. In a previous video, we worked on the automatic dual clutch transmission and replaced the dual clutch. Now, we will focus on resetting the oil light and the range indicator.

First, ensure that the vehicle is running and then turn it off. Next, open the ignition switch so that all the information on the cluster lights up. Then, press the gas pedal and the brake simultaneously and hold them for about 20 seconds. You should notice that the oil light and the range light will go off.

After this, release both pedals, turn off the ignition, and the lights should be reset. It’s as simple as that! Remember to share this knowledge with your friends and subscribe for more helpful videos on car maintenance and repairs.

Thank you for watching and have fun fixing cars!

What is the video about?

The video is about replacing the engine oil and resetting the oil light and wrench light on a 2013 Ford Fiesta with a dual clutch transmission.

What does the video address?

The video addresses the process of resetting the oil light and wrench light, particularly focusing on these lights despite other issues such as a repaired airbag and a bad tire pressure monitor.

How is the oil light and wrench light reset?

To reset the oil light and wrench light, the video demonstrates turning off the vehicle, opening the ignition switch, pressing the gas pedal and brake simultaneously for about 20 seconds, and then releasing both to turn off the lights.

What should viewers do after watching the video?

Viewers are encouraged to like the video, subscribe to the channel, share it with others, and look forward to more videos about fixing cars.

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