I have an 08 ford fiesta zetec and the trip reset button on the end of my indicator stalk is not scrolling through the functions; mpg, miles until empty, etc. Just wondering is this is due to a loose wire/faulty switch, or could it be something else? Thanks

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Asked by Jan 13, 2013 at 02:48 PM about the 2008 Ford Fiesta

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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expect it to be the switch ...

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Okay. Do you think that will be easy/inexpensive to fix?

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for the easy part, remove the dash trim panel, held probably by clips and/or a few screws. so have a simle multi bit kit ready, a philips head screw driver, a flathead, a small socket set... since im not exactly sure of that model, you should have to remove a couple of small hex head, about size 10mm, or star screws. to get to the main wire harness to the button. a small flathead screwdriver might help. the button or series of bottons should be held by a coulpe of screw or clips. if you can use a dvd remote, dont worry yourself crazy. a lot of plastic though, so be carefull, especially if its cold

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its a lot of gd finick plastic whatnot, small screws and lots of scrapes and cuts because of the room to work with

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