Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
It just means the computer has detected a fault with a sensor or something that it controls or a system that it monitors.
You will need to scan the computer for codes with a scan tool or a code reader. Once you know what code is present you can start to diagnose the problem.
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1. With the ignition key in RUN but the engine off,
fully push and release the accelerator pedal slowly
three times within five seconds.
2. Turn the key to OFF.
If the CHANGE ENGINE OIL message comes
back on, the engine oil life monitor has not reset.
Repeat the procedure.
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