Question about 2003 Buick Century
Where is the ''Change oil soon'' reset button?
Turn on the key and within 5 seconds press the gas pedall 3 times to the floor and then watch the change oil soon light blink a few times and it is reset for another term of driving.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Try turning the key to the run position and pushing the gas pedal 3 times all the way to the floor.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Under the hood, next to the battery, is a fuse box. Lift the lid (instructions are on the lid) and with the keyswitch on but the engine not running, press and hold the button that says "oil". The book says 5 seconds, but hold it for about 10. If someone is watching the dash lights while you do that, the change oil light should flash briefly.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: change engine oil soon light
I had the same problem what worked for me was to turn the key to run (without starting engine) go to the oil life screen and then press and hold the check mark button for several seconds. The oil life went back to 100 % instantly.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
SOURCE: "Change oil soon" light
Turn your key to the on position wait until all of your indicater lamps do their thing . Then pump the gas pedal 3 times in rapid motion in less than 5 seconds. Wait until you see the change oil light start flashing. If this does not happen then turn the key off turn it on again and repeat the procedure.
Posted on May 24, 2009
This is most likely because although you changed the oil you didn't reset it. Do this by turning the key all the way forward without starting the engine push the gas pedal to the floor 3 times in 5 seconds wait a second then turn key off then start the truck light should flash then go away.
If you still need assistance let me know.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
there are two types of displays heres both.hope this helps.for base instrument cluster.
1) press and release trip/reset button until setup menu hold reset displayed
2)press & hold trip/reset untilreset for sys check or sys check hold reset is displayed
3)release trip/reset button
4)press and release trip to scroll until hold reset if new oil is displayed
5)press and hold resetuntil oil life set to 100% and let button go you are done.
if you have a message center dash display then do this one. 1)push and release setup button until you see press reset to begin (2)press& release reset button until hold resetif new oil is displayed.(3)press and hold reset for 2secondsuntiloil set to 100%. done. hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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