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Maintenance required light came on at 150,000 miles how do i turn it off?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Maintenance Required light is on before i need oil change on my 2007 Rav4

I just did this procedure 5 mins ago on my 2007 RAV....some procedures state to do it from the ODO position but that will not work....use the procedure below.

Set odometer to Trip A
Turn the key off
press and hold the ODO button.
Turn key to ON
Continue holding button while the light goes through the series of the ----countdown and then flashes 0000. Release the button and turn key to OFF.

Thats it!

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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SOURCE: maintenance required

That is a friendly "get the oil changed light" and a reminder that a 25K service is due. To get rid of the light, push down the "A" trip reset button, turn the car off (while holding the button down), and turn the ignition on but don't start the car - while still holding down the A reset button. You'll see a count up meter on the display that will tell you when the system is reset. Enjoy.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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SOURCE: 2008 Scion XD

I don't know for sure, but I'd imagine oil, oil filter, and air filter changes, tire rotation, brake and strut inspection, and maybe a cabin air filter change. Look in your owner's manual near the back - each service should be spelled out in there so you don't go in unprepared.

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Honda elements maintenance required

Not sure I believe you use the same button that you use to change your odometer to trip odometer. When you are on trip odometer you hold that button in to reset it to zero. Do the same thing when it is not in trip odometer mode and I believe that will do the reset you are looking for. If you have your manual it should give you this information.

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Maintenance required light is on. 1996 Honda Accord

Simple way to check if anything goes wrong is to go to Autozone store (if you are in US) and scan for trouble codes (if there are any of them). They do it free of charge. If you get any codes you can get the explanation of them here
http://www.troublecodes.net/honda/
Good Luck

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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  • That light is an indicator that the required miles have been drove and it's time to do an oil change. The light should be reset after every oil change as the computer keeps track of the miles to warn you when it's time again should you forget.

  • If you want to turn the light off then follow these steps.


  • Push and hold the trip button and then turn the ignition to on while holding the trip reset button. Keep holding for 10 seconds and the maintenance required light will go offf.


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Scheduled Maintenance The service shown in this schedule up to 150,000 miles (250,000 km) should be performed after 150,000 miles (250,000 km) at the same intervals.
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Scheduled Maintenance Mileage
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18,000 Miles (30 000 km)
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My Maintenance Required light is on. I have


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The Maintenance Required light is probable on because the vehicle has hit the 50,000 mile mark and it comes on automatically so that you take the vehicle in for maint. of the emission system. If this is the case there is usually a way to reset it untill another 50,000 miles go by. I would read the owners manual, or better yet pickup a Chilton manual for the vehicle and see if it says how to reset the light. You also may want to have the vehicle checked to see if any trouble codes have been signaled. Good Luck, RAC

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Maintenance required light


Is it you maintenance light(service eng ) or is it your require oil chance light? If it is your change oil now light look in our manual it should tell you how to reset it. Let me know which light it is.

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