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Change oil sign came on,but i have synthetic oil, how can i restart the oil gauge?

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    yadayada Sep 28, 2010

    change it anyway, it still gets dirt in it.

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With the key off push and hold the trip reset button. turn the key to the run position while continuing to hold the button down. The light will go out after about 10-15 seconds. The owners manual will explain this as well.

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