Under the hood, in the fuse block, there is a little red button. Turn on the key (but don't start the engine) and then hold down the little red button for 5 whole seconds. Poke your head in the door to see that the maintenance light is flashing. This confirms that the oil life monitor was reset.
Resetting the maintenance light on a 1999 Toyota Tacoma is very easy to do. To reset the light, take the battery cables off for up to one minute to reset the light.
How to reset maintenace light on 1999 acura t l 3.2
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Resetting the maintenance light on a 1999 Nissan Altima requires access to the engine compartment of the vehicle. Once their locate the battery and disconnect the negative cable for 5 seconds. Doing so will allow the system to reset.
With the ignition switch in the off position, hold in the hold in the trip odometer. Now turn on your key and you will see a series of zeros begin to appear. Once that stops, your maintenance light will be reset.
how do i reset the check engine light on a 1999 acura 3.2tl
you should be able to just disconnect the battery for about 15 minutes and then connect it back up and it should make the light reset and go off. It worked for me at least
There is nothing to "reset" for the 1999 VW Beetle.
how do I reset my service engine light on my 1999 ford f150
Yes, there is a diagram of the rear brake shoes of the 1999 Saturn SC1. It is found in the cars maintenance or repair manual.
To clear the maintenance light; steps to take: With the ignition off, press the trip and reset buttons at the same time and hold, turn ignition on, hold for about ten seconds until it goes out. Dilemma solved.
The maintenance light automatically starts flashing when you reach a certain mileage. It does not mean that you need to do maintenance (although scheduled maintenance is recommended), it is just a reminder. Additionally, it is a reminder to change your oil. If you reset it each time you change you oil, then supposedly based on how you drive it the car will tell you to when to change the oil. To reset your maintenance light, follow this procedure Odometer reset button procedure # Turn the key to the II position (but not to III, or START) # Turn the key to the 0 (OFF) position, then push -- and hold -- the trip odometer reset button # Turn the key back to the II position, while still holding the button # After about 10-15 seconds, the light should go off # Release button and turn key to 0. (source: http:/www.tegger.com/hondafaq/maintenance-reqd-light.html )
The check engine light has to be reset with a OBD scan tool
There is no reset button. The computer is reset by repairing whatever tripped the CE light, and then using a scan tool to reset the light. Reset the light without repairing the problem and the light will just come back on.
After repairing the cause of the code, you reset with a scantool.
Carefully!!! You will need to pressure bleed the system and it will require a scanner to reset the light.
The codes have to be removed with a scanner. Go to Auto Zone and they will do it for free.
The check engine light on a 1999 Cadillac DeVille can be reset by disconnecting the battery for 30 seconds. The light will immediately come back on if the problem still exists.
After the repair, you reset it with an OBD2 scan tool.
1. Push in and hold the odometer reset button;. 2. While holding in the odometer reset button, insert the key into the ignition and hold for several seconds; 3. Turn key to "on" while still holding in the odometer reset button; 4. Hold in the odometer reset button until all of the warning lights have lit - after about 10 seconds the "maintenance required" light will go off.
check engine light reset on a 1999 acura cl 3.0.. Just replaced the egr valve. Thx
On a 1999 Saturn vehicle, the backup light switch is located on top of the shift housing, which is situated on the top of the transmission. This switch requires a 7/8' wrench for removal.
The easiest way to reset the timing belt light, on your 1999 Toyota, is to remove the dashboard light. Keep the fuse out for 10 seconds and replace it to that slot.
Repair the problem and then reset it with an OBD2 scan tool.