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I need to reset the service indicator after oil change. don't know how?

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  • tim mcgrath May 11, 2010

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Try with the key in the off position push and hold the speedometor milage reset button now turn the key to the on position. this is how it's done on my toyota. this may or may not work. Give it a try

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