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How to change the maintenance light in a 2006 GS 300

I had my oil changed at a aftermarket store to save money. The location I went to did'nt know how to turn my light off. Can someone please walk me through it?

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  • Chrisdurrell Oct 22, 2008

    help

  • pdemian1 May 11, 2010




    Nevermind i figured out what you meant. It worked. Thanks!


  • pdemian1 May 11, 2010




    How do i hold the reset button down when the car is off?


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Chris,

I know you have the solution by now by Im submitting this post anyway.

To reset the oil maintence:

Have the car in a secure location with the engine off

1. Press the ingition button once, do not have your foot on the break pedal
2. Make sure you have the instrument cluster (panel on left hand side below gauges) open
3. The button marked "reset" depress it for 30 seconds and the "oil maintenance," should be reset.

Hope that helps.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

1. With the car running set the odometer to display total vehicle miles - not to the trip odometer.
2. Shut the vehicle off.
3. With the trip odometer reset button held down, switch the vehicle to on (ie push the start button twice without your foot on the brake).

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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