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2006 Honda Accord Service lights

When i start the car my trip meter flashes -9999 and there are a 1 and a 2 in the left side of the display. Also there is a yellow wrench on all the time.
I habe had the car serviced but not by a Honda guy and my guy does not know how to turn these off.
Is there a simple way to reset these so I don't see them all the time??
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As long as u have the car services this isnt important what it is, is the car telling you that you are 9999 miles overdue for an oil change even if you have the oil change this will not go away unless it is reset the wrench means the same thing i dont know how to fix your problem but i figured informing you on this could not hurt

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Put the key in the ignition (don't turn it) push the odometer reset button and hold it. turn the key to the on position (don't start the engine) and continue to hold the button until you see all the little hyphens go away. Now I know that works on toyota cars and i'm pretty sure it works with the newer hondas

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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