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Turn the ignition key counter clockwise in the driver's side door to unlock the car. This deactivates the alarm long enough for you to gain access to the vehicle. Then, place the key in the ignition and turn the key until it clicks once. This starts the car's battery, but doesn't ignite the engine. The LED light on the dashboard should stop blinking, indicating the alarm is temporarily disabled.
Locate the box for the alarm under the dashboard on the driver's side of the car. Then, look for the override button on the box. Typically, the small button is either red or black. With the ignition key in the "on" position, press the override button and hold it in until the alarm chirps once. This disables the alarm until you manually reactivate it.
To reactivate the alarm, turn the key to the "on" position and press the override button once. The alarm chirps twice, indicating the alarm is active.
if it has a digital odo/ press trip knob until odo is displayed/ press and hold , turn ignition , hold for 4 secounds , release and press again, number 10 will be displayed, keep pressing until 20 comes up, press until odo reading is displayed again, turn ignition off , turn on again , notice the t belt lamp turn off in appros 5 secounds / if not able to reset try this again
TURN ON IGNITION SWITCH. REPEATEDLY PRESS BUTTON WITH ARROW POINTING DOWN ON STEERING WHEEL HORN PAD.PRESS BUTTON UNTIL SERVICE MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED.THEN PRESS SMALL BUTTON FAR LEFT SPEEDOMETER GAUGE HOLD BUTTON FOR 6 SECONDS UNTIL MESSAGE SERVICE MENU IS DISPLAYED.PRESS MINUS BUTTON RIGHT ON HORN PAD AND SELECT CONFIRMATION.PRESS THE BOTTOM BUTTON ON HORN PAD LOOK LIKE TWO SMALL SQUARES AND SELECT CONFIRM PRESS THE TWO SMALL SQUARE BUTTON ON HORN PAD AGAIN.THEN SELECT OIL GRADE.PRESS BUTTON AGAIN THE MESSAGE SERVICE CONFIRMED WILL APPEAR IN THE DISPLAY.TURN OFF IGNITION.IF STILL WONT RESET DEALERSHIP WILL HAVE TO RESET IT.
The procedure you used is for the 2006 > Vue, and will not work on your 2003. For the 2002-2005 Saturn Vue V4 or V6 - Under the hood you will see a black fuse box behind the battery. Open it up and you will see a red button, it is small and looks like a fuse but on the top it will say Oil-Res. Turn on the ignition & press and hold that button for about 10 seconds. You may want to have a friend sit in the driver's seat and watch for the indicator to start flashing, which indicates you've activated the reset. Turn off the ignition and that will reset the Oil light.
How to reset (erase the light):
Open the fuse access panel on the driver side. Youll see a small rectangular red button labeled RESET.
Turn ignition ON
Press the RESET button repeatedly until you see the SERVICE ENGIN light flashing on the dash.
Press and hold the RESET button for a few seconds until you hear 5 'dings'. It will turn off.
Turn ignition OFF.
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