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I did my oil change but the mechanic dint know how to turn off the maitnanance required light, can u tell me how

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Have your key in the ignition, but off. Well make sure its at trip A before you start this.

Next, press the button, but leave it pressed....
Now put the car into the "on" position....
The indicator will show a bar like it was counting down, wait till that finishes and it all starts to show 0000miles or whatever it is. And let go.

Your done.

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