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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: what is a Wrench light
The wrench light indicator is a reminder that you are do for your next service(For example:oil change, air filter change, trans fluid change and so on) base on the miles on your car. A lot of people just get a oil change and have the light reset. If you read your car manual book it will tell you what service you need to do. Note: light come on every 3,000 miles and you can reset any time you want.
How to reset light:
1.with headlight off, turn the key on. Do not start the car.
2. On the left side of th dash below the heat vent there is a button that says "sel reset". push that button until you see "oil life" and a percent on the gauge display screen.
3.Now while on the oil life display, push and hold the "sel reset" button until screen start to flash. you might have to hold for 45sec.
4.when the screen start flashing, release button and hold it down again. might have to hold for about 45sec.
if you did it right the percent should go up to 100% and the wrench light should go out.
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
Hi and welcome to FixYa!
How's the car doing? Do you notice anything unusual on the car? As a first course of action I strongly suggest that you have the car scanned by a scan tool. The orange light will be the check engine light and if this is lit the car needs some maintenance check.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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