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Not 100% sure what you're asking. But if you have a modern car with maintenance schedules programmed into the ecm (engine control module), the oil change or maintenance required light will click on when the computer senses the odometer has registered the pre designated amount of miles. Theirs usually a process to clear these lights after the maintenance has been performed. Simply changing the oil and filter does not make the light go away. Typically the process consists of holding in the odometer trip switch (the button on the face of the gauges) while you cycle the key to the on (not the start) position and hold in the button for about ten seconds or so. Your owners manual will include the specific steps you should take.
Posted on Apr 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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