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- Open or short in Ignition confirmation signal IGF and Ignition Trigger signal IGT1 - IGT2 - IGT3 - IGT4 from Ignition coil to igniter.
- No.1 - No. 4 Ignition coil with Igniter.
- Engine ECU.
It means your car needs an oil change, based on mileage. If you take your car to get the oil changed, they can reset the light for you. If you want the light off now, try holding in the odometer reset button, with the key on but engine off, until little dashes appear then one by one dissapear. This procedure may need to be done either on the odometer total mileage or trip A mileage or trip B mileage.
Step 1: Have car off.
Step 2: Push and hold in trip reset button.
Step 3: While still holding button in, turn key to ON, but engine off. Wait for the little dashes to appear and disapear. If it doesn't work on the odometer setting. before turning key off, switch to Trip A setting. If the procedure doesn't work on the odometer setting or Trip A, try Trip B setting.
Step 4: Turn key off. Then start car. Maint. required light should be off.
you need to replace the starter contacts, you will need to remove the starter and in the starter there are "contacts" that wear out over time and will need to be replaced im sure if you google it there will be better repair tips on this
have tilt wheel? try unlocking tilt and moving it as you try to turn key..replace key and/or ignition switch if that doesnt work..if it does ..the linkage is damaged in steering column to switch at base