For my 2006 Rav4, it has changed just a bit. The technique is the same, however, you apply it to the Trip A odometer instead of the actual mileage odometer.
I ran into the same problem with our '04 Toyota Rav4. I came across this website on reset the light. It mentions that "it may result in damage to your car's engine." How, I don't know. I'm thinking about trying to reset it as shown on this website, not sure yet. See for yourself. Cut and paste this link into your browser. Let me know what you think. Please reply.
This answer really is no help at all - go back to another poster's question "How do you reset the "Maintenance Required light on a 2004 Rav4" and you get the directions that work - they worked for me! Just continue to keep the odometer button pushed in until the light resets.
Turn ignition to the on position, depress the odometer selection button until it reads the total mileage. Then turn ignition off, whilst in off position depress odo button again, whilst maintaining button depressed turn ignition to the on position, the mileage will then change to read ------, then count down to -, then 000000, then back to the driven mileage. The light should then be extinguished. Refer to handbook pages 114-117.
Go to your Toyota dealership to avoid problems later on. You never know if you try to do it yourself and you end up making the situation worse. Let them look it over and reset it for you if necessary. That way, if they mess up they have to fix it.
Work for the Toyota Corolla 2005 as well. I reset the Maintenance Required light on my car by following the same instructions on this website for the RAV4. Turn ignition on to see odometer reading, set odometer to actual mileage, turn ignition off, depress odometer button and hold it while turning ignition on again. It will reset to 00000 and then to actual mileage. Maintenance required light will go off.
The maintenance light is really just an, as my dad calls them, "idiot light". It's meant to go off every 5,000 miles, and is a prompt to get your oil changed. If you have the oil changed somewhere besides the dealer, they probably won't remember to reset the light. (And the dealer doesn't always remember either, but if THEY don't, I bring it back and make them reset it just because they should know better, dag nab it!) If you record the mileage when you reset it, you'll see that it starts flashing a couple of hundred miles before the 5,000 mile marker, and then stays lit once you've hit 5,000 miles. My understanding is that it is NOT tied to any system, the way the check engine light is.
This method also works for 2009 Toyota Corolla (I have the S type). The way I did what by selecting the Trip A or 1, not the ODO (or total number of miles). But after this procedure the light is gone. My understanding is that this light is only to remind the driver that the oil change is due. I think most of the drivers do not need these type of annoying reminders.
A person can reset the maintenance required light on a 2004 Toyota Sienna by holding down the odometer trip button. A series of zeroes will appear, which indicates that the light has been reset.
same as a 2005 odometer OS on turn key off hold reset turn key on loght flashes then turn off
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.
AnswerStart by making sure the odometer is on actual mileage. Turn the key "off" press and hold the "reset" button on the upper left of the instrument panel. Turn the key "on" (engine off); the maintenance light will flash then turn off. Release the "reset" button and it's done!
The service light indicator on a 2004 Chevy Cavalier tells its owners when to send the vehicle in for maintenance. To reset the light, unplug the battery for five seconds.
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 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.
According to the owners manual for my 2004 Sienna, all it means is that an oil change is due. You can google how to reset the light, in case the guys in the shop forget to.
i tryed on my car it does not work pit light still on
Reset the Check Engine Light by disconnecting the battery for about 10 minutes.
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Reset the light by following the procedure below: 1. Turn the ignition key to the "OFF" position. 2. Turn the ignition key to the "ON" position while holding down the trip meter reset button.
Press and hold the trip set knob (inside the speedometer) until it reads 0000, and while holding it try to turn the ignition key to acc. DO NOT START the engine. The messege will clear
Read the owners manual. It has step-by-step instructions.
I have yet to do this on my 2005 Camry, but according to the Toyota Tech you must turn the key switch over (do not crank car) the check engine light will appear, now hold down the button on the odometer and at the same time turn the switch off than back on.
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If you have done the required work to correct the problem, all you then have to do is remove the battery cables from the battery, wait 10 seconds then replace them. This will reset the check engine light. The above answer is incorrect. Removing the battery cable will not reset the check engine light. This must be done with an OBD2 scan tool. You said maintenance required light. Are you referring to the light that reminds you to change the oil. If so, you can reset this light according to instructions found in your owner's manual.
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.
Make sure odometer is on the mileage screen (not TRIP A or B), insert ignition key but do not turn. Then Hold down the reset button, turn the ignition key to the ON position only. Keep holding the button down until the mileage zeros out. Hold it down until the mileage comes back on. Turn the ignition off and then on, the Maintenance required light should be off now.
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