Toyota has two different ways to shut of the light. the first way is set your milage display to the actual mileage. turn the key off. push the odometer trip button and hold it while turning the key on several dashes will display when all the dashes disappear its reset. the other way is for newer Toyota vechicles they require the vehicle to be set to trip a..but that didnt start til 07' i think..your owners manual also tells you how to reset it.
needs oil change... needs oil change...
Look in your owners manual. Instructions are listed.
set your mileage on your actual mileage reading, not a setting measuring your trip. Keep hold down the button until it resets itself.
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The Maintenance Required Light is not the same as the Check Engine Light. The Maintenance Required Light is telling you that there is scheduled maintenance that needs to be performed. It may mean it needs an oil/filter change. To find out what needs to be done look at the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual.
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.
it simply means it's time for an oil change.
HAs it had an oil change recently ? Also check oil level.
Needs complete coolant and rear differential fluid flush.
Check your maintenance manual. It's in there.
This is a brand new car. You have not already lost your owner's manual have you? This information is listed in your owner's manual. Don't have one, then get one. Sources are, Dealer, E-Bay, Salvage Yard, Google Search.