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Resetting "Maintenance Required" light

How do I reset or clear the "Maintenance Required" light on the Instrument panel of a Toyota Camry 2008? I have carried out the routine maintenance required, and have attempted to clear this light by following the steps of holding the odometer button down, then turning on the ignition and holding it for over 15secs. Yet, it does not clear.

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The solution to this is posted on another thread for the Sienna : http://www.fixya.com/cars/t4242934-reset_maintenance_required_warning_light

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If it was me i would stop by your local Toyota dealer ship and talk with the service manager and he or she be able to help you with this you can also give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.

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      Insert the key in the ignition.

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      Depress the odometer/trip button located beneath the odometer on the instrument panel. Hold the button down.

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      Turn the ignition key two clicks forward to the accessory power position. This is also known as the key-on/engine-off position.

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    The maintenance required light is there to remind you that your oil change is due. This light needs to be reset after the oil ic changed, it is manually reset. If you just had your oil changed, the light will not go off by itself. The light is designed to illuminate after 5,000 miles since the last reset procedure.

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    5) release the reset button

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    The maintenance required light lets you know its time for an oil change. Once the oil is changed the light can be reset. The light will usually blink for a few seconds as you approach the 5,000 mile mark and then stay on steady as the 5,000 mile mark is reached or surpassed.

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    With the key in the off position, hold down the trip reset button and turn the key on. You will see 5 lines across the odometer display that will count down. Continue to hold the button until all the lines have counted down and the light will be reset.

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    It's basically a type of oil change life/ idiot lamp that will come on briefly after 4K just after startup and then stay on steady after 5K reached after reset procedure done after each oil change.
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