Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
1) Get into the car and close the driver's door
2) Put your key in the ignition, but don't turn it.
3) With your left hand, press and hold the odometer reset button (its somewhere near the odometer)
4) With your right hand, turn the key to the position right before start while still holding down the reset button with your left hand.
5) While still holding the reset button, you will see your odometer show up as 000000, keep holding the button until all the zeros disappear.
6) After all the zeros are gone, your odometer will show back up and the "Maint REQ" light will go away.
If you need more detailed instructions, consult your owner's manual. The procedure is outlined there with pictures.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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