Question about 2008 Honda Pilot
Don't worry. The car will not shut off on you. I work at a oil change store for a long time.and
I will try the best I can to explain on how to do it.
There is a button that you press that changes the Miles number on your car. Like for an example, press the button to change from ODO to TRIP A to TRIP B to ODO.
OK, next to that button there should be a reset button.
Turn the key to the ON position, But don't start the car.
Now. hold the reset button down for ten seconds until the display starts flashing.
Ok, when it is flashing, hold down the reset button again for ten seconds until it says " OIL LIFE 100%"
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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