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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-20-2005, 01:47 AM Thread Starter
 
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I haven't resorted to the RFM, can someone please tell me how to reset the change oil message and also get rid of the O/D message that pops up at 75 mph.

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You can set the Over Speed to whatever you want. When it is on the display, move the arrow up or down to what you want it set at.
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To reset your change oil light, turn the ignition on without starting the motor. Next hit the throttle all the way twice within 5 seconds, then turn the ignition off. When you start the engine the oil light should be off.
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Thanks

I will try to reset the oil message tonight, btw, I went Mobile 1 fully synthetic, its what they use in the vet engines. Was that a good move or bad??

Also when I try to arrow up, it stops at 75mph, I use to have it set to 145, I think that the limit, which I have hit a few times. I haven't started it for months cause of winter, its like it lost all the preset that I had.

Thanks in advance...
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Go into program mode and reset the overspeed. You can do that on startup.

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