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Click menu on the turn signal lever to the left of the steering column until the Vehicle information menu appears. Scroll thru the screens by rotating the lever a few times until the replace timing belt item is displayed. Press and hold the set button on the end of the lever. It will ask are you sure you want to reset? Rotate the lever to select yes and hit the select button again to confirm. Make sure you have changed your timing belt before resetting this. Severe engine damage may occur if the timing belt is not changed on a regular schedule.
Switch the ignition to OFF.
Disconnect the fuel filter warning lamp switch connector.
CAUTION: Never depress the brake or clutch pedal.
Switch ignition to ON. and wait for 3 seconds.
Next during the 57 seconds re-connect the fuel filter warning lamp switch connector.
After further 3 seconds the fuel filter warning lamp will go OFF, or the message "Fuel filter maintenance required" will be cleared off from the display and the re-set is complete now.
Switch OFF the ignition switch.
Usually, Warning displays from the vehicles requiring regular services. A lightening warning display should least have to do with an electrical circuit. The vehicles only displays a warning with a light that is observable by the driver at the dashboard area. Usually, if nothing is broken, the fluids in the vehicle are insufficient. For example, in cold seasons, the AC consumes alot of antifreeze coolants. Alternately, the hot season consumes a lot of engine oils as lubircants. Which ever be the situation, consult with a mechanic to perform regular servicing of fliud changes to restore the vehicles usual functionality.
It reminds you to do your 'regular scheduled maintenance' of your car.
Example: 50,000-miles, 70,000-miles, 100,000-miles, etc. These warnings are already programmed in your car's computers to simply remind you so the car is kept in top shape, and peak performance.
In some cases, if this maintenance warning is ignored, the car may not keep its peak performance or even break down, having to be towed.
The concerned car's authorized dealer usual performs these regularly scheduled maintenance, but competent independent auto repair shops, such as Midas, are able to do these reagular maintenance as well.
Press Menu/Set * 2 8 6 4 You have to ignore the warning beeps and press this sequence within 2 seconds, or you'll just be in the middle of a menu somewhere. If you're successful, the display will read MAINTENANCE. If not, press Stop and try it faster. They make the Maintenance mode hard to access, because you can really mess things up in there. I hope you have specific instructions for something.
I had the problem on my friends tv. Switch the cable for the component cables to regular TV rather than HDTV, then start the XBOX Go all the way to the right blade, and go into display settings. For HD resolution, (don't worry if it warns you you're not in HDTV setting) select 720p, then before it switches back to regular TV settings, go to the cable on the XBOX and switch it to HDTV, and select "Yes, I want to keep this setting." It'll start displaying it right. It's sooo much faster and clearer this way. I found out it was because the component was set to 1080 setting which I suppose is out of the range of the TV.