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EVIC - PERFORM SERVICE MESSAGE

My malfunction Indicator Light came on. A scanner was used to determine the problem which was the Throttle Postion Sensor. I had it replaced. Now when I start my vehicle, on the EVIC, Perform Service appears and I hear a series of beeps. How do I clear this message and stop the beeps?

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To reset the perform service message , is as follows , turn ignition switch to the ON position , depress and release MENU push button until SERVICE INTV . = is displayed , press and release STEP button to step through available options. the last selected distance option displayed becomes the service interval at which the PERFORM SERVICE message will be displayed . if a new distance interval is selected , RESET SERVICE DISTANCE ? with a yes or no option. when yes is selected the accumulated distance since the last previous PERFORM SERVICE message will be set to zero because the service interval has been changed . when NO is selected , the distance until the next PERFORM SERVICE message is reduced by the accumulated distance since the last previous message . EVIC exits programming mode and returns to its normal operation mode when the C/T button is depressed or when the end of the programmable feature menu list is reached , whichever comes first .

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