Question about 2010 Toyota Corolla LE
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Posted on Apr 09, 2010
SOURCE: Maintenance Required Light
Its for an oil change and the way you reset it is put the trip on odometer hold the trip odometer button and turn the key to the on position and lines will blink in the place the numbers should be then it will go off
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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First push the trip odometer reset button hold it in then turn the key to the on position but don't start the vehicle you will see like 5 or 6 little lines like this ------ where the mileasge and trip mileage should be you will have to hold the trip reset button till all the lines are gone which takes about 5 seconds then once all the lines are gone it is reset.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
It's probably your regular scheduled maintenance (oil change) light. Here's how you can reset that:
1. Turn the key to "on" so the electrical system is fired up (but engine is not running)
2. Set trip planner to "A" trip.
3. Turn key off (no electrical)
4. Hold down trip button, then turn key to "on" so the electrical system is fired up (but engine is not running).
5. "Maint Req" light will blink several times and then go off.
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
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