Question about 2008 Toyota Avalon
I have an 08. set odometer to main odometer reading, not trip a or trip b. Turn ignition off. Press odometer button down and turn ignition key. You wait 5 seconds while the read out on odometer counts down and resets.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: reset maint req
Reset - step 1 turn the key to the 'on' position. using the trip meter button, toggle the lcd until 'ODO' is displayed. step 2 turn the key off. now, push and hold the trip meter button. while holding the trip meter button, turn the key to 'on'. step 3 while you continue to hold the trip meter button, you will see on the lcd disply five (5) small dashes and they will begin to 'count down' rather quickly. step 4 continue holding the trip meter button and once all the dashes have been cleared, your lcd will display six zeros (000000) - release the trip meter button now - and then the lcd will display 'ODO' and your current mileage. at this time, your 'maintenance required'/oil change light has been reset.
Posted on May 15, 2008
SOURCE: maintenance light
1. With your car OFF, place your key in the ignition and turn to "On". Do not start the car.
2. Find the odometer button and press until it reads the total odometer setting, (not the Trip A or Trip B setting).
3. Turn the key to OFF.
4. Place your finger back on the odometer button, press and hold. At the same time, turn the key back to "On".
5. Hold the odometer button in until the MAINT REQD light goes out...should take about 8-10 seconds.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
turn key to the 2nd stage 1 being accessories. press the trip & cancel buttons together hold for about 5 to 7 seconds then dissplay will show nothing press againe immediatly for about 5/6 seconds will go into change mode car serial number will be shown where milage was then use the trip button only to navigate to the sign saying service due then hold down cancel button untill it changes coloure from green to red or visa versa then it will beep pres cancel then turn ingision off re-start car
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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