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How do you reset change oil light in a 1996 pontiac grand prix

I tried to turn the car on and push the gas pedal to the floor 3 times in 5 sec. and it didnt work

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Try again. Turn your key on do the same procedure you did then turn key off and back on.

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A button is located in the fuse box to reset it. hold it in for 15 seconds with the key on

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Take off the fuse cover on the drivers side of the dash. there should be a bunch of fuses. in the middle is a red button that says "reset." turn your key to the on position, but DO NOT START. press the reset button until the change oil light blinks, then turn the key back off it should be fine after that. for the 05's theres somthing you have to do with the gas pedal. i think you do the same, by turning the key on but not starting...and then tapping the gas pedal 3 times.

Hope this helps a bit,
Good luck,
Eitan.

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