Fiesta, Ford, MK7 (2008-)

Ford Fiesta MK7 hidden menu

Ford Fiesta MK7 hidden menu (a.k.a. test mode) gives access to diagnostic tests, sensor readouts and diagnostic trouble codes (DTC). Check LEDs and LCD segments, perform needle sweep (gauge test), view engine speed, car speed, engine temperature and many more interesting options.

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Ford Fiesta MK7 hidden menu procedure

  1. Press and hold trip reset button on the instrument cluster.
  2. Turn ignition on with key or by pressing START button without clutch. After few seconds “test” message will appear on the display.
  3. Release the button.
  4. Browse the Ford Fiesta MK7 hidden menu with trip reset button.

Ford Fiesta MK7 hidden menu position

This list is incomplete. If you have any suggestions, leave those in comments below this article.

  • gAgE – gauge test (needle sweep)
  • LCD segments test
  • LEd – indicator tests (all on, individual on)
  • r – instrument cluster firmware version details
  • Er – instrument cluster firmware version details
  • E – instrument cluster firmware version details
  • r – instrument cluster firmware version details
  • dt, none – DTC codes
  • SP MPH – vehicle speed in MPH
  • SP MPH – vehicle speed in km/h
  • 590028
  • tA – engine speed
  • t90020
  • od – odometer roll count
  • F – fuel level sensor signal
  • F9
  • FL – fuel level sensor signal in HEX
  • FP
  • 15 C – probably ambient temperature
  • bt – battery voltage
  • dtE – distance to empty fuel tank
  • rAF – probably average fuel consumption
  • A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5 – readouts from analog sensors
  • P01, P02, P03, P04, P05, P10, P11, P13, P19, P20
  • 00
  • 19r
  • 1Pr
  • 1hS

2 thoughts on “Ford Fiesta MK7 hidden menu

  • The 15 C one is ambient temperature, but it’s the ambient temperature in your engine bay.

  • Hi! First of all thank you for the YouTube video’s and the useful tips on your website.

    I think the “15 C – probably ambient temperature” should be the temperature of the coolant.
    It matches the values in the diagnostic software I ran today during testing

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