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Hi' i have nissan muranno thtsa give me this message about rotating tires. but my tires are ok. this happejn wehn replacing front tires with a new pairs. i just want to get rid of the message on my screen

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Key on ACC,press MAINT button on right end, press down on the "enter" button then press "enter", you may need to move the :"enter" button up but usually it will be on the reset, (Reset) will be lit yellow when ready for you to press the "enter" button to reset it. You should see the Driving Distance bar dissappear/reset to the starting point. Good Luck

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

  • oneStan
    oneStan Feb 05, 2010

    P.S. This is also the way to reset the Oil change notification, you just leave the indicator on Oil and press "enter" etc.

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