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How to reset oil change light on 2002 650 burgman sazuki

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650 - Resetting Oil Change Indicator
(The Owner's manual is not very clear on this)

  • 1) Turn off ignition.
    2) Hold both the SELECT and RESET buttons in.
    3) Turn ON ignition
    4) After 2 seconds the indicator to change oil should extinguish.
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Driver Controls (Oil Minder)
Reset oil life mode
To reset oil minder when the vehicle oil is changed:
1. Press the MODE button repeatedly until one of these three
messages is displayed; OIL LIFE XX%, CHANGE OIL SOON or
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