Without the year, make, and model, an exact answer can't be given here.
However, in very basic, you will either need the code specific to your car, or you can run it up to your dealership. They can reset it in just a few minutes for a fee. From time to time, you can find the code directly in your owner's manual.
The maintenance required light comes on aeveryfew thousand miles. After you get an oil change the mechanic is supposed to reset that for you. I would take it back and have it done, or google it and do it yourself.
The maintenance required light only goes on after 7,500 miles since last 'maintenance'. The maintence required light will not turn off by replacing or changing anything, the only way to turn it off is by putting your key in the key slot next to the light.
After my 1995 Montero turned 150,000 miles the
The indicator is there to remind the driver when a certain number of miles has been reached, 7,500 in most cases. When no maintenance is required, the indicator will be green. If maintenance is needed, the indicator will turn red.
"Maintenance Required" lights are triggered by milage. The lights come on around 15,000 , 30,000 , and 90,000 miles. At these intervels rutine mant. is preformed, consisting of checking and or replacing of o2 sensors,checking T.P.S. sensors. After 90,000 the maintenance required light is to be disconnected, by unpluging the bulb sgi
No, the "Check Engine" light will only come on if there is a problem with the emissions system. Do not confuse this light with the "Maintenance Required" light which does come on at a set mileage to alert you that maintenance needs to be performed.
Look in the required maintenance booklet that came with the vehicle. Probably 90 or 100 thousand miles.
Most likely you need an oil change. That light comes on every 5000 or 7500 miles.
This Lexus maintenance light illuminates every 5,000 miles driven on the vehicle. This is a reminder light that will indicate when maintenance service is needed.
Mine is an older model but I had same issue. The maintenance required light is on a sensor so it changes after a set number of miles. It's to remind you to take your car in for an oil change and things like that. It's factory set, typically; there's probably nothing wrong with your car if you've had an oil change in the past few thousand miles; if not, take it in, it can't hurt. To turn it off (this is based off of my model and I'm unsure if it would be the same for yours) there is a little hole looking thing in the dashboard glass cover/window[around your speedometer and the maintenance light.] Put the tip of the key into the hole and push a little; the light should reset.
Press the "step" button until "0 miles to service" is displayed. Hold "reset" until it resets.
Every 5K miles, the maintenance requied light goes on to let the owner know that it's time to change the oil.
How do you reset the maintenance required light on a 2004 Honda CRV Do you take it to the dealer This is 60K plus miles.?" Hold Down the trip counter button make sure it is on miles as you hold it down and have it down slowly turn on the key and that should reset it or just take the battery cable off if you don't want to go through all that.
That is the periodic maintenance light, it will go off every 4800 miles, or 4 months to remind you to take your car in for regular maintenance.
I have a 2001 sienna van and, other than oil and brakes, it has 200,000 + miles and its been wonderful. So yes.
Maintenance required is not triggered by any kind of problem. It's pre-programmed to go off when you drive 5k miles. It's just a reminder that you need to maintain your car. Service required is triggered by malfunction.
You are supposed to get a 30,000 mile maintenance. So, if you have not, you are past due. Also, make sure the servicer resets the sansor so that the car will recognize that services were performed.
Set the odometer reading to total miles and not to trip miles. Now press and hold the odometer reset button in and turn the ignition switch to the on position. (Do not start the engine). After around 5 seconds of holding the reset button in the maintenance required light will go off and be reset. Release the button and turn the ignition off.
4.70290016 x 10^16 miles.
This is a reminder to have your emissions checked. The light is normally set to come on after so many miles (every 60,000 or so) On newer models it cannot be reset. A new warning model must be installed. John
100,000 light years = 5.87849981 × 1017 miles
This light comes on about every 5000 miles or so to remind you to change the oil. Reset as follows: with the ignition switch in the off position, hold in the hold in the trip odometer. Now turn your key to the on position and you will see a series of zeros or dashes begin to appear. Once that stops, your maintenance light will be reset.
149,214,564,460,800,000,000 miles, give or take a couple hundred thousand.
it is a signal. basically a built in timer after 2500 miles it flashes and at 3000 miles it becomes solid, its a reminder that you need your oil changed. There is a button under the steering wheel on the right side that will reset the light simply press the button turn ignition to the on position and hold for ten seconds the light will return after 2500 more miles
Venus will not travel to Earth, and 40 thousand miles per hour is not the speed of light. Otherwise, the question is a fascinating one.