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I have a 03 Acura 3.2 cl, just hit 100,000 miles. The maintenance required light keeps coming up randomly but it never stays long enough for me to hook it up to a diagnostics machine. Any ideas? I was thinking maybe its calling for the scheduled maintenance?

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Yea the light goes on about 7000 miles before a maintenance schedule.. After that it will stay on and then you will have to reset it.

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