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How does the maintence computer work on the new generation Honda? How does it know what service is req'd?

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The maintenance minder as they call it is programed to alert the driver as it gets close to time for maintenance based on the mileage the car has been driven since the computer has been reset. It's programed to display a certain letter and number which by looking in the owners manual you can determine it needs an oil change, oil filter change or transmission oil change. It keeps up with the total mileage the car has been driven. This system depends on the owner or the dealer resetting the computer when the required maintainable is performed.

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