Question about Volvo S70
You're on the right track, but you first have to zero the T1 reading before trying to reset the light.
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Oct 23, 2014 | 2001 Toyota Yaris
Place the key in the ignition and move the key to Position I.
While keeping the key at Position 1, press and hold the reset button for the trip odometer. You will find that button located where the speedometer is.
While still holding the button for the trip odometer, move the key to Position II.
At this point, wait until the service light is flashing, it should take about 5 seconds for this to occur. When it hits its 3rd or 4th flash, move the key back to Position I.
Release the button for the trip odometer. Next, start the car and you will notice the service light should be reset. If not, try it again. It may take more than one time to get this light reset. Good Luck!
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