HOW TO RESET: FORD TRANSIT CONNECT
Tutorial on how to reset the Oil Change Reminder Indicator on Ford Transit Connect (Titanium, XL,XLT) from year 2002-2003-2004-2005-2006-2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-2019-2020.
2000-2013 Ford Transit Connect Service Oil Light Reset
- Turn the Ignition ON, Don’t Start the Engine.
- Press Both The Brake And Accelerator Pedals for 20-30 Seconds Until the SERVICE OIL RESET COMPLETE message will appear.
- Turn the Ignition OFF. Oil Reset is complete.
2014-2020 Ford Transit Connect Oil Change Required Reset
Only reset the oil life monitoring system after changing the engine oil and oil filter.
- Switch the ignition on. Do not start the engine.
- Press the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time.
- Keep the accelerator and brake pedals fully pressed.
- After three seconds, a message confirming that the reset is in progress displays.
- After 25 seconds, a message confirming that the reset is complete displays.
- Release the accelerator and brake pedals.
- The message confirming that the reset is complete no longer displays.
- Switch the ignition off.
WARNING: Only reset the oil life monitoring system after changing the engine oil and oil filter.
About Ford Transit Connect
The Ford Transit Connect is a compact panel van developed by Ford Europe. It is built on a dedicated commercial vehicle platform and shares parts with the Ford Focus. The first generation was designed by Peter Horbury and introduced in 2002 to replace the older Ford Escort and Fiesta-based Courier van ranges, which had ceased production in the same year. It has been imported to the North American market since the 2010 model year. In North America, the Transit Connect does not have a direct predecessor; the closest vehicle to its size was the standard-length Ford Aerostar cargo van, which ceased production in 1997.
The Ford Tourneo Connect, a leisure activity vehicle, is a Transit Connect with side windows and rear seats. All Transit Connects bound for the United States are imported in this configuration to avoid the 25% “chicken tax” on imported light trucks. In 2013, US Customs told Ford that they must stop this practice of importing vans disguised as passenger cars.