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Post oil change set up number on odometer back to 00

I change oil myseft but I don't know how to change number on odometer back to 0.

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  • Wachira Aug 22, 2008

    Thank you for your generious answer. 1 more question: after oilchanged, I want to set oil service on odometer back to 0

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  • I filled up at a gas station for the 1st time yesterday, and I wanted to zero out my trip odometer so I could compare mpg by hand vs. the computer. But pressing the little 0,0 button did nothing. Pressed several times, then ended up holding it down too long which put the computer into diagnostics. Had to restart the car twice to get out of diagnostics, but after that, when I pressed the 0,0 button it reset the trip 'meter to zero like it is supposed to. Don't tell me, the software is made by Micro$oft and needs constant rebooting to function properly
  • I had this happen the first time I tried to reset. I held the button down waiting for it to go to zeros. It didn't. Then I held it down again for about 2 seconds and released and it reset. I've been doing the 2-second-then-release ever since and haven't had an issue.
  • i noticed initially that it took just a real quick depress for it to reset to 0. Every time i held longer than a half second it wouldn't reset. So just a quick jab should do it. Although if you keep having problems you may want to have your SA look at it.
I hope this answers your question.
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