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Question about 2008 Highlander

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reset oil maintenance light in 2008 toyota highlander Set the "ENGINE START STOP" or engine switch OFF with the trip meter A reading shown. While pressing the trip meter reset button, set the "ENGINE ...

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...reset the oil maintenance needed light/computer message on my 2008 toyota Highlander. I know its simple but not been able to do it. My system had a button on the steering wheel to change the computer ...

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oil change and tire rotation on my Toyota Highlander. How do I turn them off? The maintenance light needs to be reset manually. See my Tips and Tricks on this website for additional information on how

...oil change, though not at a dealer's. I reset the "maintenace required" display, and it solved the problem. While holding the Trip Odometer A button, press and hold the Engine Start button. The ...

Question about 2006 Highlander

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...oil change the service centre did not reset the computer (they forgot, ps. this is not somethuing you can DIY) or you did not take it to a Toyota service centre, in which case they did not have the ...

Question about 2006 Highlander

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how do I reset the change oil light on my 2008 Toyota Highlander In your owners manual Under Maintenence .even at that you will have to read a few pages to find (oil chacge reminder reset).

Question about 2004 Highlander

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oil changed and my tires rotated. Yesterday, the light came on and stayed on after a 100 mile drive. Is there something wrong or should I just reset it? It's a 2004 Toyota Highlander V6 4WD i would go

...oil change. to reset the light the odo has to be on current mileage not trip a or b. with the car off push in the stem for the odo and hold it and then turn on the key the numbers will disappear and ...

...oil. WHY? Have u checked the dash for a manual reset button Turn the ignition key to the "ACC" position or "LOCK" position with the Odometer reading shown. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" ...

...times then out? Oil was just changed. That light simply means that it is nearing the point for maintenance which is based on the odometer. The mechanic was supposed to reset that after the oil

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