Question about Nissan Altima
Hi, to reset the service light and oil light you need to turn the ignition on but not start the engine, then you see the 2 square buttons on the dash to the left of the steering wheel, you push the left one to get to the maintenance screen and then push the right one to change the oil/oil filter or tyre schedules dont worry about other setting.
then to reset all you do is highlight the one you want to reset and then just hit reset or back, it may take a few tries to get the buttons just right as it can be a bit fiddly but after a few goes you should get it reset with no problems
let me know if you have any problems ok.
also it should tell you how to do this in the owners manual/handbook that you get when you buy the car new so check in your glove box for this manual it might be in a little shelf in top of the glove box so have a look as this will give you pictures on what buttons to press and when.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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To reset "Maintenance Notice" on the display, turn the ignition key to ON, with engine off. Select the "Maintenance Schedule' key by using the button to right or left. Using the button select the "Reset" key and push the "Enter" button.
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