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Re: reset maintainenance indicator
The light is just a warning that an oil change is due because 5000 miles has passed. To turn it off, see p. 148 of your manual. In summary, set Trip Meter to "a." Shut off car. Hold down trip meter button while turning car back on with Power Button. Continue to hold down trip button while it resets the light...it takes a couple of seconds.
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