How do you reset check engine light after an oil change on a Toyota Highlander?
For the 2008 & 2009 Toyota Highlander with push button start:
1. With engine on, set odometer to trip A, with odometer reset stick on the instrument panel.
2. Turn off engine
3. With foot off the brake, push the odometer reset stick, and hold it in, while pressing the engine start button. You will see nothing as yet.
4. With the odometer reset stick still in, and your foot off the brake, push the engine start button a second time. You will see the dash board lights go on, and the display screen display a message saying the maintenance reminder has been reset.
If this does not work, check with a local Auto Zone or similar auto shop or check the Toyota website.
I have a 2003 Highlander. Whenever I get the oil changed, the check engine light comes on within a couple of days. I finally figured out that there is a hose under the air filter case that gets disconnected when the filter is checked. Just reattach the hose and the light will reset after a few restarts of the engine.
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My Toyota Highlander check engine light on my car has 37000 miles replaced air filter and PCV valve on 51508 what is the problem with the car?
The "check engine" light is not solely dedicated to the air filter and pcv valve. There are other things that can cause this caution light to illuminate on the dashboard. Assuming you bought this car new and that it has but 37k miles on it, it's most likely still in warranty and Toyota should be fixing this problem for you.