Question about 2006 Honda Accord
After my oil change, they didn't reset the indicator and it stays on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Usually Honda Accord needs services in 30, 60, 90K.
Regular Oil change in every 5000 miles.
An easy way to see is sign up for Honda's Ownerlink.
All you need is your VIN number (usually found on the door jam, outside bottom of the windshield, trunk, etc)
Once you got your car registered, go to the service/maintainece linkand then click "View your factory-recommended Maintenance Schedule."and its all in there
Hope that helps!
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
It means they didn't reset the oil change light. It means it's 17 miles past due and counting.
To reset, hold down the reset button for about ten seconds until everything in the display starts flashing.
Then while it's still flashing, hold down the reset button again for ten more seconds until the oil life says 100%.
Then, your all done. :)
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
The Owners Manual walks you through it step by step.
If your missing the manual, swing by your Dealerships Service Drive, most Service Advisors would be happy to show you how to do it.
You can also order a new Owners Book at www.helminc.com directly, even have it mailed to your home. If you order it at the dealership, they get it from the same place, mark it up and you have to go get it yourself.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Unless the Accord was jump started, creating possible power surge to damage radio, it should not of had any relationship to the radio.
But, just in case, would suggest disconnecting battery for 5 minutes, reconnecting battery, reentering radio code and see what happens.
If that fails, hopefully your under 36k miles or got the Factory extended warranty "Honda Care" Service plan, so take to the Honda Dealership to see what they say.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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