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On the plastic screen to the dash, there will be a little circular 'port' between the speedo and RPM gauges. Open the port, stick a thin skewer into this hole and press the button behind the screen. The timing light will reset, and won't come on again until your tacho reaches the next 100,000K's division. Hope this helps.

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Q: A Toyota hi-lux built in 1999 with a 2.8 deseil non-turbo with only analog instruments on the dash How do you reset the timing light after the belt is changed?
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