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1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Hey i need to know how exactly to turn off my change oil light and my check tire pressure light . i just changed my oil and checked my tire pressure. everything is good. If you could help that would be awesome. Thanks....Matt

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Turn the key to "on" and open the fuse panel to the left of the steering wheel when drivers door is open, hold the "reset" button until the oil light on the dash starts to blink and then push it again, you should hear the chimes and then the light will go off. :-)

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Try unhooking your battery cable for a few mins then hook it back up .... that will reset your computer and your lights should go out soon after

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