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The blinker relay is getting worn out. It's right behind the hazard lights switch. Pull off the black trim around the radio, hazard, ets, and the relay is write there. Next time the blinkers stop working hit the hazard button or hit the trim just above the hazard lights button. Mines been doing it off and on and I just hit the trim above the hazard button and they start blinking again. Never have time or remember to get a new relay.
To reset CHANGE OIL SOON/OIL CHANGE REQUIRED message on the Message Center, press the STATUS control to access the System Check mode. Press the RESET button to display OIL LIFE _% RESET FOR NEW. Press and hold the RESET button until OIL LIFE IS 100% is displayed.
When "CHANGE OIL SOON" or "OIL CHANGE REQUIRED" is displayed on the Message Center, turn the ignition on. Press and hold "OIL CHANGE RESET' or the "RESET" button until "OIL LIFE RESET TO 100%" is displayed on the Message Center.
When "SERVICE" is illuminated, on the Message Center, press the "SYSTEM CHECK" button on the right of the display. Then press the "RESET" button. The "SERVICE" symbol and mileage will start to flash. Next, press the "SYSTEM CHECK" and "RESET" buttons at the same time. The display will show "7,200 miles/11,580 km" and will count down from there as long as the buttons are depressed. Release the buttons at the desired service interval.
When "SERVICE DUE" is illuminated on the Message Center, press the "CHECK OUT" button located below the display. Then press the "RESET" button. The display should now read "SERVICE DONE?" Next, press the "CHECK OUT" button and "RESET" buttons at the same time. The display will show "7,200 miles/11,580 km" and will count down from there as long as the buttons are depressed. Release the buttons at the desired service interval.
Sounds like you need to reset your Oil life/ maintenance reminder light. (also, double check your oil level)
To reset Oil life on a standard dash stlye: 1. pres and release the TRIP/RESET button until the message center displays SETUP MENU HOLD RESET 2. Press and hold the TRIP/RESET button for 2 seconds until the message center displays RESET FOR SYS CHECK 3. press and hold the TRIP/RESET button for 2 seconds until the message center displays OIL LIFE xx% RESET IF NEW 4. Press and release the TRIP/RESET button until the message center displays HOLD RESET IF NEW OIL 5. Press and hold TRIP/RESET button for 2 seconds and release to reset oil life to 100% 6. Message center will briefly display OIL CHANGE SET TO 100%
With a message center cluster the procedure is as follows: 1. press and release SETUP button until message center displays PRESS RESET TO BEGIN SYSTEM CHECK 2. Press and release RESET button until the message center displays HOLD RESET IF NEW OIL 3. Press and hold RESET button for 2 seconds and release to reset the oil life to 100% 4. The message center displays SETUP MENU HOLD RESET
Hope this is what you need/ are looking for. Goodluck & let me know how it goes, or if you have a different problem.
Service 1 oil reset
Press hold right side set button
Switch on ignition
Release set button and press buttons on left
Switch off hazards
Turn engine off
Reset for one.year
In owners manual
A reset button for.....??? Just about the only thing that will have a reset button is the tripometer. There is no reset button for the ignition. There is no reset button for the fuel pump. The is not reset button for the power seats, mirrors, windows or locks. Seats, windows and locks though will have a breaker in the interior fuse panel. If the breaker has tripped all you do is unplug the breaker and plug it back in. But it would really help me help you if I was to know what you need "reset".
OTE: If the service interval indicator flashes it may be caused by one of the service interval indicator parameters not being programmed. This can only be carried out using suitable diagnostic equipment. Always check for any stored trouble codes as this may affect the resetting of the service interval indicator. Ensure all doors are closed. Turn ignition key to position I. Press and hold reset button [A] 104667 07, 116126 07 Immediately turn ignition key to position II (within 2 seconds). Keep button [A] depressed until service message has been reset. A yellow warning light [B] will illuminate when it is time to release button [A]. Release reset button [A] within 4 seconds. There will be an audible signal when reset is complete. If reset button is not released within 4 seconds, the service interval indicator will not be reset.
RESET BUTTON IS TRIP BUTTON
SWITCH IGNITION ON.ENGINE OFF. PRESS AND RELEASE SETUP BUTTON.PRESS SELECT TO BEGIN SYSTEM CHECK IS DISPLAYED. PRESS AND RELEASE SELECT BUTTON WHEN OIL LIFE PRESS RESET IF NEW OIL IS DISPLAYED PRESS AND HOLD RESET BUTTON FOR 2 SECONDS. OIL LIFE XXX% HOLD RESET IF NEW OIL IS DISPLAYED. PRESS AND HOLD RESET BUTTON FOR 3 SECONDS UNTIL OIL LIFE START VALUE SET TO 100 % IS DISPLAYED. SWITCH OFF IGNITION.------- NOTE THE SETUP BUTTON AND SELECT BUTTON ON STEERING WHEEL CONTROL PAD THE RESET BUTTON IS ON DASH THERE IS FOUR LITTLE BUTTONS ON DASH SECOND BUTTON IS THE RESET BUTTON.