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That message comes on every 20,000 miles, just like the oil change note at 10,000 miles. It doesn't mean anything special. You don't have to even do anything except turn it off.
To turn it off:
Get in the driver seat with the key in your hand.
Turn the hazard lights on (emergency flashers).
Press the trip meter to where it reads the trip miles and hold it there.
While you're holding the trip meter button, turn the ignition on.
Release the trip meter button, and press the selection botton on the other side of the cluster.
The "inspection" text should be gone.
You know you've done it right when the trip miles return to what they originally were when you started.
It is the same process for resetting the oil change text. Just no flashers.
All that info is in your owner's manual
Posted on Dec 22, 2016
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