Question about 2003 Honda Odyssey
The light is set on a timer.. Its a money trap.. Heres what ya do.. Make sure oil change is current and all fluids are good.. THEN : 1) Make sure the key is off.. 2) Hold reset button for the trip/mileage in and keep holding. 3) Switch the key on.. but not crank while continuing to hold the button.. This make take up to a minute.. The light will flash and should go off.. If Im wrong.. consult ur owners manual
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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