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Problem hello ziad from lebanon .i have the oil yellow lamp for 2 min light on and i had allready changed it so what should i do thank you for help 080808

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Hi Abouali, I think that you'll have to visit a dealer or someone else who has the service and maintenance reset equipment....Every time you change oil or do any other work on your vehicle, keep in mind that the resets are not automatic and that special equipment is needed just to reset those indicators.
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Johngee10

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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