Yeah, I think I have seen that before on the 1992 models, but for some reason I think they took that away for the '93 redesign which seems strange... they were supposed to got better weren't they? LOL. There may be a way to get it to display on the '93 though, because I thought someone once mentioned that you can even get the '93 to show the engine temperature, but I have yet to figure it out. lol.:noidea: Like I said, it's been a long time. There is an info button or such there somewhere that displays the oil life remaining.
Should work either way as long as you wait til you get the response that shows it reset.Turn the key to "ON", but do not start the engine. Immediatly after turning the engine on, pump the gas pedal to the floor 3 times, quickly. This last part I cannot remember, you either start the car, or turn it off.
A 92 Fleetwood is still FWD like Deville and is just as Ranger said. You can reset it thru the dash. 1993 Fleetwood is different. From what I remember you do the gas pedal thing to reset it.Ranger, when you refer to your 92, was it a Fleetwood? Fleetwoods are not like Sevlles, Devilles, and Eldorados.
Aron9000, I also keep oil changes intervals around 4000 miles, but will not loose sleep if it is say 4300. My records show that my driving pattern will turn the light on after 4000-4400 miles.
There usually is no difference between Devilles and Fleetwoods except in this case the 93 is a whole other car.My '92 was a Deville. I didn't think that there was that much difference between the two (instrument panel wise).
Yup...and from 85 to 86, you could get a fleetwood, which was a small fwd car, a fleetwood series 75 (factory fwd limo) or a fleetwood brougham, which was a large rwd car. To aid in confusions, fleetwood broughams carried fleetwood scripts on the trunk and had fleetwood embroidered into the door panels, while brougham was on the glovebox (in tiny script) and on the quarters.MoistCabbage said:Right, up until '93, it had been the "Fleetwood Sixty Special", which makes it all the more confusing. And yes, the RWD name change to Brougham is a whole other mess.