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Turn your car's ignition key to 'On', but don't start it. Press the gas pedal all the way to the floor three times. Your car should beep. That will reset the oil change counter, which reminds you to change the oil (I think every 5000 miles). If your car doesn't beep after pressing the gas pedal, it could be the brake pedal that you have to press, I don't really remember.
Thats just a warning telling you something on the vehicle needs service, possibly time for an oil change ,, what you need to have him do is get the OBD codes read for the vehicle,, that will tell you exactly what service is being requested , check around in your town,, there are places that will read the codes for you for free. once you get the codes, you can post them here and someone will assist you in determining what the specific code means,, or just reply to this feed and I will help you