Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
I had my oil changed and the maintance required light is still on. How do I get it to turn off?
Here is the proceedure:
Turn the key to ON
Observe the odometer, ensure that it says "ODO", and your total mileage travelled, not "trip A" or "trip B"
Turn the key off.
Press & hold the black tripmeter reset button, hold it until advised to release
Thurn the key to the ON position (do NOT start the car)
Observe the odometer.
You should see 5 dashes, then 4 dashes, then 3 dashes, then 2 dashes, then 1 dash, and then 5 zeros; and then whatever mileage you started with will be redisplayed.
Release the trip meter reset button
Your reset proceedure is complete.
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