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Resetting the oil change monitor in the information centre after an oil change

I recently purchased a used 2004 Nissan Quest with the information centre. After a long road-trip, I was informed by the sensor system that it was time for an oil change. I took it in for the oil change but the technicians didn't know how to reset the oil quality sensor or meter. I couldn't find it in the owner's manual. Can anyone tell me how to reset it?

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With the van on, (it does not have to be running.) press the maint button untill the oil miles is showing. Hold down the maint button untill it resets. You can also press the joystick over left or right to set the amount of miles between oil change. Trip reset should do the same as well for the oil and tires.

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Bring up the oil screen, keep pressing the button until the numbers reset to zero.

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