The reset procedure of the timing belt light is all done by pressing the trip meter button and holding it in whilst the ignition is turned to on then select from the trip button then continue pressing until you come to 15 on trip metre, turn off and then restart. The light should then go off.
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i have exactly the same model and same problem at 100,000 km however i read the forum advice but my one neither has the grommet on the front neither a screw to re-locate to reset so the only way was to remove the bulb instead
Ive never heard of a timing belt light, but there is a maintenance light that can be reset. Here the procedure:
To reset the maintenance reminder light:
Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.
Set the odometer/trip display to the odometer (ODO) mode.
Turn the ignition switch off.
Depress and hold the trip meter reset button while turning the ignition switch to the on position.
The maintenance reminder light will, illuminate for 3 seconds, blink for 2 seconds, illuminate solid for 1 second and then turn off.
Release the trip meter reset button.
Turn the ignition switch to the off position.
Turn the ignition switch to the on position.
Confirm that the maintenance light goes out.
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At the bottom of the speedometer, you will see a rubber gromet, remove the gromet, now stick a small screwdriver or a pen through the hole and push the reset button, heres a diagram to help you. you did have the timing belt done?
It is a preprogramed light that at a certain number of miles it comes on. What it is for is to remind the driver that the timing belt is due to be replaced by your maintance schedule. This is a good idea for preventive maintance to help prevent problems at a later date and damage that can occur if the timing belt breaks while driving the car.